Search Results
You searched: Darlington Library Texts for "General Braddock", not sorted
Results: 719 matches in 134 records


Refine this search
1 to 4 of 4 hits in this item
<<Previous item | Next item >>
Title: Allegheny County: its early history and subsequent development : from the earliest period till 1790 / by A. A. Lambing ; from 1790 till the present time / by J. W. F. White ; published under the auspices of the Allegheny County Centennial Committee.
Authors: Allegheny County Centennial Committee (Pa.), Lambing, Andrew Arnold, 1842-1918., White, J.W.F. (John William Fletcher), 1821-1900., McCain, George Nox, 1856-1934.
Publication Info: Pittsburgh, Pa. : Snowden & Peterson, 1888.
→ Search Results: 4 matches in full text
Table of contents | View first page
Chapter II. Contest for the Possession of the Ohio Valley
• ... Begun -Washington as Leader-The First Battle-A Sad Fourth of July-Diplomacy in the Old World-General Braddock on the Scene-Who Commanded at Fort Duquesne?-The Battle of the Monongahela and D ...
• ...ous incursions begun and continued for four years, checked but for a brief interval by the march of General Braddock, only to burst forth with renewed violence after his disastrous defeat. The settlem ...
• ... these several expeditions; we are concerned only with what transpired in Western Pennsylvania. General Braddock was every where beset with difficulties that retarded his progress, ruffled his by ...
• ...ission, but without abandoning the expedition. While no one at all acquainted with the character of General Braddock has ever doubted his bravery, all agree that a worse choice could hardly have been ...
1 to 4 of 4 hits in this item
<<Previous item | Next item >>