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Pioneer history: being an account of the first examinations of the Ohio Valley, and the early settlement of the Northwest territory. Chiefly from original manuscripts, containing the papers of Col. George Morgan, those of Judge Baker, the diaries of Joseph Buell and John Mathews, the records of the Ohio Company &c.
Topics include La Salle's discovery of Ohio, Bouquet's expedition to Muskingum and Colonel George Croghan's report on his visit to the Western tribes,the first settlements in Ohio, crops planted, illnesses experienced, Native American attacks, etc.
Travels on an inland voyage: through the states of New-York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee and through the territories of Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi and New- Orleans: performed in the years 1807 and 1808: including a tour of nearly six thousand miles
Covers travels through Ohio and Kentucky and observations on mammoth bones (antiquities), floating mills, land prices and navigating the Ohio. Covers types of river transportation and shipment of goods between Natchez and Kentucky.
William Clark writes to his sister Fanny Clark O'Fallon a brief letter from Greenville, Ohio, updating her on the comings and goings of various officers and ladies, including Captain Thomas Lewis. He expresses that he wishes to hear from their sister…
William Clark writes to his sister Fanny Clark O'Fallon from Greenville, Ohio, about love, romance, and social activities, the current pomp and drill of camplife, and the presence of several American Indians and their activities.
William Clark writes to his sister Fanny Clark O'Fallon from Greenville, Ohio, while a lieutenant in the U. S. Army. He reports his generous reception by the General upon his tardy return and discusses his interest in the ladies of the neighborhood,…
Clark writes his brother Jonathan from Kaskaskia, Illinois, relating how they have fared in their trip to St. Louis since leaving Louisville. Low water in the Ohio, high water in the Mississippi, lack of boat hands, and violent storms have all…
William Clark writes to his brother Jonathan from the Corps of Discovery's first winter camp, reporting on events since parting with him below the Falls of the Ohio. He reports on an illness he has suffered, occurences at Fort Massac, the confluence…
"Observations on Church Government, in which the world will see the beautiful simplicity of Christian Church Government, stript of human inventions and lordly traditions." The last will and testament of the Springfield Presbytery.
Albert A. Deig M.D., Louisville, Kentucky, to Louis Discher, Camp Taylor, City.