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" ... crust which would not bear the weight of a man. The party had no provisions and game could not be procured. In 1794 McDonald and his brother Thomas joined Gen. Wayne's army, as rangers or spies. The company of rangers consisted of seventy-two men,... "
A Standard History of Ross County, Ohio: An Authentic Narrative of the Past ... - Page 580
by Lyle S. Evans - 1917
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Autobiography of Rev. James B. Finley: Or, Pioneer Life in the West

James Bradley Finley - Frontier and pioneer life - 1853 - 455 pages
...adequate to any emergency growing out of his highly responsible position!. It was the duty of the rangers to traverse the Indian country in every direction in advance of the army. This was not only a toilsome, but a dangerous work. The company was divided into small detachments,...
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Ohio ArchŠological and Historical Publications, Volume 6

Archaeology - 1900
...company of rangers consisted of seventy-two men, who were under the command Ľof Capt. Ephraim Kibby. It was the duty of this company to traverse the Indian...and skill as Indian warriors depended the success of Gen. Wayne's army. Col. McDonald proved to be a man of unquestionable bravery and skill, and had a...
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The Pathfinders of Jefferson County

William Hocking Hunter - Jefferson County (Ohio) - 1898 - 406 pages
...company of rangers consisted of seventy-two men, who were under the command of Capt. Ephraim Kibby. It was the duty of this company to traverse the Indian...and skill as Indian warriors depended the success of Gen. Wayne's army. Col. McDonald proved to be a man of unquestionable bravery and skill, and had a...
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Foch the Man ...

Clara Elizabeth Laughlin - World War, 1914-1918 - 1919 - 188 pages
...adequate to any emergency growing out of his highly responsible position. It was the duty of the rangers to traverse the Indian country in every direction in advance of the army. This was not only a toilsome, but a dangerous work. The company was divided into small detachments,...
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