Indian Warfare in Western Pennsylvania and North West Virginia at the Time of the American Revolution: Including the Narrative of Indian and Tory Depradations by John Crawford, the Military Reminiscences of Captain Henry Jolly, and the Narrative of Lydia Boggs Shepherd Cruger
Heritage Books, 1992 - History - 155 pages
Indian Warfare is one of the volumes in Mr. Lobdell's series covering the "Heroic Age" (1770 to 1794) on the early frontier. The three narratives often read like adventure stories. The Indians and the British engaged in guerrilla warfare against the settl
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