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Title: The discovery and conquests of the Northwest : including the early history of Chicago, Detroit, Vincennes, St. Louis, Ft. Wayne, Prairie du Chien, Marietta, Cincinnati, Cleveland, etc., etc., and incidents of pioneer life in the region of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi Valley
Authors: Blanchard, Rufus, 1821-1904., Haines, Elijah M. (Elijah Middlebrook), 1822-1889.
Publication Info: Chicago : Cushing, Thomas & Co., 1880.
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• ...d in St. Mary's Col lege, Montreal. Map illustrating the Discovery of the Northwest, and the French and Indian War. Map illustrating Pontiac's War, and the Campaigns of Gen. Clarke, Gov. St ...
Chapter III
• ...y hastening an issue bound to unite them together in a bond of union which was the outgrowth of the French and Indian war. While this issue is maturing, Chicago must slumber in obscurity. "* Early ...
Chapter IV
• ...e inhabitants of Detroit basked in the sunshine of peace and security from further alarms, till the French and Indian war had spent its force along the far-off eastern frontier, and an English garriso ...
Chapter VI
• ...ie-Desperate Dqfense of a Vessel loaded with Supplies-Pontiac retires to the laumee Rapids. The French and Indian war began on the question as to who should own a bit of wild land drained by the t ...
• ...made any especial promise of friendship unnecessary, or, if made, gave it consistency. During the French and Indian war, both sides had vied with each other in their excess of zeal to preserve the r ...
Chapter VII
• ...ier settlements in Pennsylvania.with 206 returned ca,ptives. On the head-waters of the Ohio the French and Indian war began. It terminated in Canada, as far as the French issue was concerned; but ...
• ...ld command of Ft. Pitt. Its garrison numbered 300 men. During the interval between the close of the French and Indian war and Pontiac's renewal of war on savage account, twenty or thirty families had ...
• ... the expedition for the relief of Ft. Pitt. He was an able Swiss officer, who had served during the French and Indian war. In accordance with his instructions, after leaving Carlisle, lie took up his ...
• ...ht into thepresence of their own mothers, from whose breasts they had been savagely torn during the French and Indian war; and many a mother's heart was filled with joy at the restoration of a long-lo ...
Chapter XI
• ... conquest of the country was to be made. The first conquest had been made from the French, in the French and Indian war, which gave the country to the English. The second by the Virginians under Cla ...
Chapter XVI
• ...from contemporary history, and both were unrelenting foes to the English ,nring the long and bloody French and Indian war, and Pon;.ac's war wllhchll followed, a period extending from 1755 to 1764; 26 ...
Chapter XXI
• ...led between the Cana-- dian and English settlements, and it was fanned to a flame in 1754, when the French and Indian war commenced. This war having resulted triumphantly to the English, in 1759' th ...
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