A History of Indiana, from Its Earliest Exploration by Europeans to the Close of the Territorial Government, in 1816: Comprehending a History of the Discovery, Settlement, and Civil and Military Affairs of the Territory of the U.S. Northwest of the River Ohio, and a General View of the Progress of Public Affairs in Indiana, from 1816 to 1856
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