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" Tuesday, llth of November last, about twelve o'clock, my station was attacked by about forty Indians. On so sudden a surprise, they were in almost every house before they were discovered. All the men belonging to the station were out, only Mr. "
Nashville Business Directory - Page 180
by John P. Campbell - 1855
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The annals of Tennessee to the end of the eighteenth century: comprising its ...

James Gettys McGready Ramsey - Franklin (State) - 1853 - 744 pages
...account of the assault is copied from his letter to his brother, General Sevier, dated CLARKESVILLE, Dec. 18, 1794. Dear Brother : The news from this...wife, his son John and my son Joseph, were killed in Snider's house. I saved Snider, so the Indians did not get his scalp, but shot and tomahawked him in...
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The Advance-guard of Western Civilization

James Roberts Gilmore - Southwest, Old - 1888 - 343 pages
...told by Colonel Sevier, in the following letter to his brother, John Sevier : " CLARKSTILLE, December 18, 1794. "DEAR BROTHER : The news from this place...the men belonging to the station were out, only Mr. Suyder and myself. Mr. Snyder, Betsey his wife, his son John, and my son Joseph, were killed in Snyder's...
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American Historical Magazine and Tennessee Historical Society ..., Volume 8

Local history - 1903
...Brother: The news from this place is desperate with me. On Tuesday, nth of November, last, about 12 o'clock, my station was attacked by about forty Indians....the men belonging to the station were out, only Mr. Snyder and myself. Mr. Snyder, Betsy, his wife, his son John, and my son Joseph were killed in Snyder's...
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A History of Tennessee and Tennesseans: The Leaders and ..., Volume 3

Will Thomas Hale, Dixon Lanier Merritt - Tennessee - 1913
...and a letter to Gen. Sevier, dated Clarksville, December 18, 1794, shows his subsequent afflictions : attacked by about forty Indians. On so sudden a surprise...All the men belonging to the station were out, only William Snider and myself. Mr. Snider, Betsey, his wife, his son, John, and my son, Joseph, were killed...
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Andrew Jackson and Early Tennessee History

Samuel Gordon Heiskell - Tennessee - 1918 - 687 pages
...December 18, 1794. "Dear Brother: The news from this place is desperate with me. On Tuesday, the 11th of November last, about twelve o'clock, my station...the men belonging to the station were out, only Mr. Snyder and myself. Mr. Snyder, Betsy, his wife, his son John, and my son Joseph, were killed in Snyder's...
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Tennessee: A Guide to the State

Federal Writers' Project - Tennessee - 1949 - 558 pages
...Gen. John Sevier, said: Dear Brother: The news from this place is desperate with me. On Tuesday, 11th of November, last, about twelve o'clock, my station...discovered. All the men belonging to the station were out save only Snyder and myself. William Snyder, Betsy, his wife, his son, John, and my son Joseph were...
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