The Indian wars of Pennsylvania: an account of the Indian events, in Pennsylvania, of the French and Indian war, Pontiac's war, Lord Dunmore's war, the Revolutionary war and the Indian uprising from 1789 to 1795; tragedies of the Pennsylvania frontier based primarily on the Penna. archives and Colonial records

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The Telegraph press, 1931 - Fortification - 908 pages

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Contents

Chapter Page IThe Pennsylvania IndiansTheir Religion and Character
17
IIThe Pennsylvania Indian Tribes
28
IIIThe Swedes and William Penn
59
IVPrincipal Indian Events from 1701 to 1754
82
VOpening of the French and Indian War
152
VIGeneral Braddocks Campaign
177
VIIThe First Delaware Invasion
203
VIIIInvasion of the Great and Little Coves and the Conolloways
217
XVIIGeneral Forbes Expedition against Fort Du quesne
387
XVIIIPontiacs War
407
XIXPontiacs War Continued
439
XXPontiacs War Continued
450
XXIPontiacs War Continued
470
XXIIIThe Revolutionary War 1775 1776 and 1777
506
XXIVThe Revolutionary War 1778
527
XXVThe Revolutionary War 1779
573

IXMassacres of November and December 1755
230
XMassacres Early in 1756
255
XICarlisle CouncilWar Declared
276
XIIAtrocities in the Summer and Autumn of 1756
284
XIIIDestruction of Kittanning
304
XIVEfforts for Peace in 1756
321
XVEvents of the Year 1757
333
XVIPosts Peace MissionsGrand Council at Easton
356
XXVIThe Revolutionary War 1780
607
XXVIIThe Revolutionary War 1781
627
XXVIIIThe Revolutionary War 17821783
647
XXIXThe PostRevolutionary Uprising
685
Appendix
720
Index
877
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