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Title: Conquest of the country northwest of the River Ohio 1778-1783 : and life of Gen. George Rogers Clark / v.1
Author: English, William Hayden, 1822-1896.
Publication Info: Indianapolis, Ind. : Bowen-Merril Co., 1896, c1985.
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• ...n of latter limited Most proficient in mathematics-Engages in practical surveying in the upper Ohio valley-His settlement and adventures there-Serves in Dunmore's war-Visits Kentucky-His exper ...
Chapter I. History of the Conquest of the Country Northwest of the [...]
• ...ear as the old Virginia home was, the hearts of these parents turned to their sons, far away in the Ohio valley, and at last love for the absent, joined to other considerations, influenced them, in Oc ...
Chapter II. Early Home and Boyhood Days of George Rogers Clark.
• ...on of latter limited Most proficient in mathematics--Engages in practical surveying in the upper Ohio valley-His settlement and adventures there-Serves in Dunmore's war-Visits Kentucky-His experi ...
• ...ing and locating land. About this time public attention was strongly turned in the direction of the Ohio valley, and enterprising men began to take steps to secure desirable locations. To do so the se ...
• ...ay have been in the spring of 1772, as it is known that he made an extensive tour through the upper Ohio valley in 1772, returning to his father's house again late in August. An account of this journe ...
• ...try. He soon returned home. His son, however, spent much of his time for several years in the upper Ohio valley, chiefly near the mouth of Fish creek, in Grave Creek township, some twenty-five or thir ...
• ...hem. It is possible he may have been a party to some of them himself.* In Dodge's "Red Men of the Ohio Valley," it is said that... "in the spring of 1774 an alarm spread through the border occasione ...
Chapter IV. From the Authorization of the Illinois Campaign to the Arrival [...]
• ...ady to enter into such an enterprise as Clark's. There were, of course, some men picked up in the Ohio valley who, it may be, had no particular habitation, for there were then many adventurers in th ...
Chapter IX. Virginia Hears the News of Clark's Success and Takes Action [...]
• ... evident sorrow in falling from his high estate, and departing from his wife and children under *Ohio Valley Historical Series No. 3, Clark's Campaign. / ...
Appendix
Introductory.
• ...ntil 1869, when it was published by Robert Clarke & Co., of Cincinnati, as one of the valuable "Ohio Valley Historical Series," with an interesting introduction by Hon. Henry Pirtle, of Louisville ...
• ... last account of his campaigns written by General Clark. " Jefferson's Works, vol. 3, P. 217. t Ohio Valley Historical Series, No. 3, Publisher's Notice, Robert Clarke & Co., 1869. 4Io / ...
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