The Brothers Crawford: Colonel William, 1722-1782 and Valentine Jr., 1724-1777, Volume 1
Heritage Books, 1995 - 762 pages
Colonel William Crawford led the ill-fated expedition against the Sandusky Indians in June of 1782; he was defeated, captured, and burned at the stake June 12, 1782. Valentine Crawford Jr. was confidante of President Washington and left a large family that settled in Virginia and the South before migrating westward. Extensively documented.
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