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" ... of the pioneers that first crossed the Alleghanies and settled in what is now Tennessee, under the leadership of two remarkable men, James Robertson and John Sevier. "
The Advance-guard of Western Civilization - Page 345
by James Roberts Gilmore - 1888 - 343 pages
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 37

Science - 1890
...Tennessee, under the leadership of two remarkable men — James Robertson and John Sevier. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy...under the leadership of Sevier, crossed the mountains, and by their timely arrival secured the defeat of the British army at King's Mountain. John Sevier...
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The New Princeton Review, Volume 2

Christianity - 1886
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, as much so as that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy...the defeat of the British army at King's Mountain. The materials for the history were principally gathered from old settlers during the author's recent...
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The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Volume 16

United States - 1886
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, as much so as that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy...the defeat of the British army at King's Mountain. Among the Pines, by the same author, published during the war, attained a remarkable success, and all...
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Literary News, Volume 7

American literature - 1886
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, as much so as that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy...the defeat of the British army at King's Mountain. " Mr. Edmund Kirke sojourned for several years in Western North Carolina and in East Tennessee, and,...
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The Literary World, Volume 17

Literature - 1886
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, as much so as that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy volunteers, under the leadership of Seyier, crossed the mountains to uphold the patriotic cause, and by their timely arrival secured the...
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The Publishers Weekly, Volume 30

American literature - 1886
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, as much so as that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy volunteers, under the leadership of Sevicr, crossed the mountains to uphold the patriotic cause, and by their timely arrival secured the...
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Book News, Volume 4

Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1886
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, as much so as that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy volunteers, under the leadership BOOK NEWS. [Number 48. of Sevier, crossed the mountains to uphold the patriotic cause, and by their...
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The Annual American Catalogue 1886-1900: Being the Full Titles, with ...

American literature - 1887
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, asf much so at that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy...the defeat of the British army at King's Mountain. Edmund Kirke will be remembered as the author of s novel "Among the pines.1' which had a marked success,...
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Diseases of Memory: An Essay in the Positive Psychology

Théodule Ribot - Memory - 1887 - 209 pages
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, as much so as that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy...the defeat of the British army at King's Mountain. " Mr. Kirke has not only performed a real and lasting service to American historical literature in...
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George Canning

Frank Harrison Hill - 1887 - 237 pages
...narrative. His career was certainly remarkable, as much so as that of Daniel Boone. The title of the book is derived from the fact that a body of hardy...the defeat of the British army at King's Mountain. " Mr. Kirke has not only performed a real and lasting service to American historical literature in...
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