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Title: The first explorations of the trans-Allegheny region by the Virginians, 1650-1674
Authors: Alvord, Clarence Walworth, 1868-1928., Bidgood, Lee, 1884-
Publication Info: Cleveland : Arthur H. Clark, 1912.
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• ... The First Explorations of the Trans-Allegheny Region by the Virginians / ...
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• ... The First Explorations of the Trans-Allegheny Region by the Virginians 1650-1674 By Clare ...
Preface
• ...explorations of North America has remained so long unwritten; yet the story of the discovery of the Trans-Allegheny region by the Virginians is here first told in its entirety. Since the success of th ...
The Discovery of the Ohio Waters
• ...land valley by the French. 1 Parkman, Francis. La Salle and the discoqvery of the Great West, 51. Trans-Allegheny Region 18 / ...
• ... time, as is claimed, some Englishmen pushed west from the head 3 Parkman, Francis. La Salle, 5. Trans-Allegheny Region 20 / ...
• ... 22 Trans-Allegheny Region phenomena, nor were their discoveries wholly disassociated with the event in ...
• ...writes that it is "only a question of time when that evidence will be declared to be wholly false." Trans-Allegheny Region 24 / ...
• ... of the Frontier in American History," in American Historical Association, Report, 1893, p. '99. 26 Trans-Allegheny Region / ...
• ... 28 Trans-Allegheny Region settlement of the coast, whose relation to it was that of a parent. The per ...
• ... belonging to the said Forte, with all boats and 17 Hening, W. W. Statutes at Large, vol. i, 315. Trans-Allegheny Region 30 / ...
• ...iles. Just across the river was situated the principal village or "town" of the Appomattox Indians, Trans-Allegheny Region 32 / ...
• ... is to be taken as his age in 1625, when the muster was taken, or in I62o when he was brought over. Trans-Allegheny Region 34 / ...
• ...f the career of Wood to that of his younger contemporary, the first William Byrd, will be observed. Trans-Allegheny Region 36 / ...
• ... 38 Trans-Allegheny Region found later than 1663. This is enough to illustrate the gradual method of acq ...
• ...x667). / Trans-Allegheny Region 40 insulting words to Major-General Wood, forgiveness to be asked." " Eviden ...
• ...ost, page 184. 45 Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, America and West Indies, x6751676, no. 859. Trans-Allegheny Region 42 / ...
• ...n of the general, but no ground for the assertion is given, and none except inference can be found. Trans-Allegheny Region 44 / ...
• ... 46 Trans-Allegheny Region Sea." and desired that munitions for this and other purposes be furnished by ...
• ... It was with feelings of admiration, wonder, and awe, that the explorers entered this region which Trans-Allegheny Region 48 / ...
• ...o explore and colonize the new country, provided he 6o See pages izo-ixi. 61 See pages II2-113. Trans-Allegheny Region 50 / ...
• ...entury to the monographs of contemporary scholars, is the bare 66 See page 2oz. 6 See page 0o3. Trans-Allegheny Region 52 / ...
• ... 56 Trans-Allegheny Region This ended the period of preliminary explorations into the territory lying ...
• ... 58 Trans-Allegheny Region concerning the profits of the American fur-trade than Grosseilliers. He had b ...
• ...e possession of the Spaniards, was still an active spur to action. Thus the lure that attracted men Trans-Allegheny Region 60 / ...
• ...It is to be noticed that Berkeley thought at this time only of the Spaniards and not of the French. Trans-Allegheny Region 62 / ...
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