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The Pamunkey Indians of Virginia By John Garland Pollard
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Offer here is John Garland Pollard's The Pamunkey Indians of Virginia, published as a scholarly monograph in 1893.
A Soldier From Virginia (The French & Indian War) By Issued by R. Fulgham, MA, SCV, LION PUBLISHING, INC., Burton Stevenson
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An account of an American Colonial solider during the French and Indian War. A first-person, "I was there" account of the defeat of British Col. Braddock by a guerilla attack force of... More > combined French soldiers and Indian warriors. Present was the Colonel's aide, a young military aide named George Washington, soon to be Father of the United States of America. It's a rare and fascinating look into the mind of a Colonial American who decides to be soldier and fight for his Queen and State - the State of Virginia. Book form available at minimum price. I'm particular proud of finding this one.< Less
Trowel and Arrow: Appalachian Indians By Rick Connolly
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With the use of modern archaeology to find credence, these selected stories are from local remnant of Calicuas, Monetons, Kanawagh, Conestoga, Chiluque, and Chaouanon & Loup of Appalachia. These... More > legends are handed down through the Appalachian generations and seldom heard today beyond the back country. This book’s primary focus is on ancient people of the Allegheny, Cumberland, Blue Ridge, and Smoky Mountains of Appalachia; and the Ohio Valley of the Allegheny Plateau. The stories are passed down through the generations of descendants. The group names of the people are appropriate to the era. The book includes synopsis of archaeology sites in Appalachia. It is written from the casual point of view of simply the curious.< Less
An Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan's Family By Thomas Jefferson
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Photographic facsimile reprint of original. All pages accounted for and legible. 58 pp. Multiple copies available.
An Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan's Family By Thomas Jefferson
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Photographic facsimile reprint of original. All pages accounted for and legible. 58 pp. Multiple copies available.
Lewis Wetzel - The Renowned Virginia Ranger and Scout By C. Stephen Badgley, Robert Cornelius V. Meyers
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Lewis Wetzel, a famous scout and ranger on the early American frontier just west of the Appalachian Mountains. He is a true American icon, but is he a hero or a villain? Almost all of the early... More > settlers considered him a hero because he vowed to "kill any Indian" who crossed his path and in doing so deterred the Indians from striking the settlements. Others of the time considered him a barbarous, psychotic murderer for killing innocent Indians, including women and children and thus incited the Indians to warfare against the growing population of whites. They claim Lewis Wetzel did everything in his power to prevent peace between the Indians and the settlers so he could keep on killing with impunity. The author of this book wrote the story of Lewis Wetzel in almost novel-like form which makes for very interesting reading and he attempts to keep the middle ground as to whether Wetzel was a hero or a villain. He has left it up to you, the reader, to decide.< Less
Ridgeley and Carpendale, West Virginia From 1750: A History By Gary Clites
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The small town of Ridgeley, West Virginia played a key role in the early history of our nation. The creation of Fort Ohio by the Ohio Company in what is now Ridgeley was a major step in the early... More > Western expansion of the colonies. It was here that George Washington took his first military command and launched the attack that started the French and Indian War. In that conflict, General Edward Braddock used Fort Ohio in part to mount his ill-fated attack on Fort Duquesne in the Battle of the Monongahela. Later, the town dealt with floods, wars, and grew into a cohesive blue collar community. Important people from American history involved in the history of this small town include Washington, Braddock, George Mercer, Joseph Chapline, George Mason, Daniel Boone, Daniel Morgan, James McCubbin Lingan, and many more. Includes notations, bibliography, 38 illustrations.< Less
Ridgeley and Carpendale, West Virginia From 1750: A History By Gary Clites
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The small town of Ridgeley, West Virginia played a key role in the early history of our nation. The creation of Fort Ohio by the Ohio Company in what is now Ridgeley was a major step in the early... More > Western expansion of the colonies. It was here that George Washington took his first military command and launched the attack that started the French and Indian War. In that conflict, General Edward Braddock used Fort Ohio in part to mount his ill-fated attack on Fort Duquesne in the Battle of the Monongahela. Later, the town dealt with floods, wars, and grew into a cohesive blue collar community. Important people from American history involved in the history of this small town include Washington, Braddock, George Mercer, Joseph Chapline, George Mason, Daniel Boone, Daniel Morgan, James McCubbin Lingan, and many more. Includes notations, bibliography, 38 illustrations.< Less
Historical Records of the Enoch Family in Virginia and Pennsylvania By Harry G. Enoch
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Brothers Henry Enoch and Enoch Enoch came to Virginia before 1750, settling on the sparsely populated frontier west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Their Virginia years were defined by the French and... More > Indian War (1755-1763) and their close association with young George Washington. By 1757, their children had begun to explore more westerly lands, where they ultimately resettled with their families in what is now Washington County, Pennsylvania. Henry Jr., David, and Enoch Enoch were among the first “over the mountain men,” settling west of the Allegheny Mountains by 1767. Their Pennsylvania years were defined by the Revolutionary War (1775-1783) and the Indian Wars (1786-1795). By the turn of the century, the Enochs began looking west again, this time to the more promising lands of Ohio.< Less
Moccasin Tracks Along the Indian Trail Volume 1 By OHSAA
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The history of Oceana High School (1909-2002), which was located in Oceana, West Virginia.