The Northwest Under Three Flags, 1635-1796

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Asian Educational Services, Jan 1, 1996 - History - 401 pages
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A history of the occupation of the area around the South West of lake Eire in the United States of America. The 3 Flags refer to the occupation of these lands first by the French, then by the English and finally by the Americans. The book was 10 chapters; 1) The French Occupy the Northwest, 2) Cadillac founds Detroit 3) The English in the Ohio country, 4) The Pontiac war, 5) England takes possession of the Northwest, 6) the Quebec Act and the revolution, 7) The war in the Northwest, 8) Peace that proves no peace, 9) The Northwest provided with a government and 10) The United States win the Northwest posts. There are 61 illustrations and 5 maps and plans in this book. This book is a reprint of the 1900 edition.
  

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Contents

CHAPTER II
38
CHAPTER III
63
CHAPTER IV
106
THE SIEGE OF THE FORT AT DETROIT Facing p
124
A LIGHTINFANTRY SOLDIER OF THE PERIOD
132
CHAPTER V
141
DANIEL BOONE 184
184
CHAPTER VI
195
PEACE THAT PROVES NO PEACE
279
HENRY LAUHENS 288
288
A FURTRADER IN THE COUNCIL TEPEE 292
292
THE COUREUR DE BOI3 AND THE SAVAGE 296
296
SIR GUY CARLETON 302
302
GEORGE WASHINGTON 310
310
CHAPTER IX
315
RUFUS PUTNAM
330

EDMUND BURKE 202
202
GRAVE OF DANIEL BOONE 210
210
GEORGE ROGERS CLARK 216
216
THOMAS JEFFERSON 240
237
CHAPTER VII
245
OLD SPANISH TOWER 258
258
ARENT 8CHUYLER DE PEYSTER 264
264
GENERAL BUFU8 PUTNAMS LANDOFFICE
334
FORT HARMAR BUILT IN 1785
344
Lord Dorchester Issues Orders for the Surrender of the Posts
345
CHAPTER X
346
JOHN JAY 368
368
GENERAL WAYNES GRAVE 380
380
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