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Title: Annals of the West : embracing a concise account of principal events which have occurred in the western states and territories, from the discovery of the Mississippi Valley to the year eighteen hundred and fifty-six
Authors: Perkins, James H. (James Handasyd), 1810-1849., Peck, John Mason, 1789-1858.
Publication Info: Pittsburgh : W. S. Haven, printer, 1856.
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• ... Pennsylvania denounces Jludge- Crawford. A very large meeting at Ilannastown of citizens of Western Pennsylvania. 177'. Mornogalia county, Virginia, nmile from West Augusta. Ohio cvoint ...
• ... Brodhead attacks Delaware Indians on Muskingum. Gen. G. R. Clark solicits aid from Western Pennsylvania. Clark addresses Col. Lochry of Westmoreland. Lochry, Orr and o ...
• ...e garrisons are left at Forts Jefferson and Hamilton. Terror of Indian invasion expressed by Western Pennsylvania and Virginia. Massacre of Jolly's family, near Wheeling. I 72. 1Peace of ...
• ...gent to examine the south side of Lake: Superior. A number of new counties made in Western Pennsylvania. xxxi / ...
Period III. 1765-1782
• ...MISSISSIPPI COMPANY FORMED. measure, rests the title by purchase to Kentucky, Western Virginia, and Western Pennsylvania, and the authority of the Six Nations to sell that country rests on their claim ...
• ... the court assembled at Hannastown, the seat of justice for Westmoreland county, including then all Western Pennsylvania. Soon after, Connolly with about one hundred and fifty men, all armed and with ...
• ...tablished three courts, two south of the Monongahela, and one at Redstone, all within the limits of Western Pennsylvania, and thus extended the Virginia laws over that region. His scheme for weakening ...
Period IV. 1783-1789
• ... peace invited emigration, and the posts and settlements that were maintained throughout the war in Western Pennsylvania, Western Virginia, and Kentucky, now received a large increase of population. ...
• .... In the spring of 1781, H. H. Brackenridge, Esq., afterward a distinguished member of the bar in Western Pennsylvania, and subsequently a judge of the Supreme Court of that State, emigrated from Ph ...
• ... STATISTICS OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. ahawk right, and after his location there it became the head-quarters of the s ...
• ...dstone, and in the next year its population had increased to six hundred. Several other points in Western Pennsylvania, now flourishing towns, were then already occupied, and a very considerable pop ...
• ...at river and the Allegheny. All that region was then divided into three counties. In 1773, all of Western Pennsylvania included in the cession of 1768, and west of Laurel Hill, was erected into the ...
• ...om the whole of their beautiful valley. In remuneration for the loss of that coun* Early History of Western Pennsylvania, App. 430 1781. / ...
Period V.
• ...e for the origin, they assulred(ly became identificd with the progress of the popular commotions in Western Pennsylvania, growing out of the oppositionl to the excise e upon ardent spirits known as th ...
• ...ng nothing adequate to remove any of these grievances. It was not strange, then, that the people of Western Pennsylvania, generally of foreign birth or descent, should object to the payment of a tax f ...
• ...oplposition to the excise hlnd its oligin in a variety of influences at wvork amiiong the people of Western Pennsylvania. Many of thle more intelligent classes of the population hlad btecome attaclied ...
• ... WHISKY INSiI'LECTION. But in Western Pennsylvania the opposition colitimued unabated, and it was allillniiced tiht tile illspecir ...
Period VII. 1811-1820
• ...y were detained at Le BIlmf (Waterford) until they were joined by the second regiment, fi'om so)uth-western Pennsylvania, under Colonel Purviance, which was still in the rear, and which did not overta ...
• ...ice resistance, even before the vessels were built; but lhis muain protection was f'romi tlhe north-western Pennsylvania militia, whlich was constanltly held in readiiness to repel any attack that mig ...
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