2 edition of Susquehanna Valley in the Revolution found in the catalog.
Susquehanna Valley in the Revolution
Wayland Fuller Dunaway
Bibliography: p. 21-22.
|Statement||address delivered by Wayland Fuller Dunaway ... under the auspices of the Wyoming Commemorative Association on the 149th anniversary of the batle and massacre of Wyoming, July 3, 1927.|
|Contributions||Wyoming Commemorative Association.|
|LC Classifications||F157.S8 D9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||27023808|
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Susquehanna River Valley This List is a combination of a few trips we did just north of Harrisburg, Penna. We visited the quaint and charming towns of: Sunbury, Northumberland, Lewisburg, Mifflinburg and a few other stops along the river. Souvenier Book Of Selinsgrove (online on google books) Selinsgrove History - Schnure, (For Bicentennial) History of that Part of the Susquehanna and Juniata Valleys: Embraced in the Counties of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union and Snyder, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Volume 2.
Traces the eighteenth-century history of Indian tribes in the upper Susquehanna valley: settlement of the valley by various displaced tribes, Iroquois claims and control, steadfast and costly loyalty to the British during the Revolutionary War, and economic decline and displacement in the war's aftermath. Contains 37 references. (SV)Author: Peter C. Mancall. We went to the Susquehanna Valley Mall for dinner at Garfield's with family. We walked around a bit beforehand. Despite the lack of large anchor stores, there is an excellent selection of smaller stores. The food selection was good as well with Garfield's which is a sit-down /5(37).
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Both sides recruited Indian tribes as allies. Native warriors siding with the French brought the fighting across Pennsylvania’s eastern frontier, first along Penns Creek, a tributary of the Susquehanna Followers: Inamidst a flurry of land speculation and westward expansion that captivated the imagination of American colonists, Connecticut settlers formed the Susquehanna Company for the purposes of developing the Wyoming Valley in northeastern Pennsylvania.
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The Susquehanna Valley is a region of low-lying land that borders the Susquehanna River in the U.S. states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. The valley consists of areas that lie along the main branch of the river, which flows from Upstate New York through Pennsylvania and Maryland into the Chesapeake Bay, as well as areas that lie along the shorter West Branch in Pennsylvania.
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The Susquehanna Valley in the revolution Author: Dunaway, Wayland Fuller, History of that part of the Susquehanna and Juniata Valleys, embraced in the counties of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union and Snyder, in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania Author: Ellis, Franklin, According to historian Carl Van Doren’s book, “The Secret History of the American Revolution,” published inWallis may have been in league with the British.
Van Doren claims Wallis acted as an intermediary in transferring money between British Gen. Sir Henry Clinton and Benedict Arnold in Arnold’s treasonous plot to turn over the. Located near the Susquehanna River's confluence, the Northumberland County Historical Society's headquarters are the at the site of Fort Augusta, which served as Pennsylvania's stronghold in the upper Susquehanna River Valley from the days of the French and Indian War to the close of the American Revolution.
Massacre and Murder in the Susquehanna Valley: The Lee Massacre and Pine Creek Indian Murders by Kathy K. Swope Although difficult to imagine today, two hundred and fifty years ago the busy corridor along Route 15 in Union County was the edge of Pennsylvania’s frontier. Local native inhabitants and settlers struggled to live peaceably,File Size: KB.
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Peter C. Mancall () The Revolutionary War and the Indians of the Upper Susquehanna an Indian Culture and Research Journal:Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. Author: Peter C. Mancall. History. The Susquehanna Valley Foundation began as an idea on a pontoon boat in the middle of the Susquehanna River. Unsatisfied with sporadic and informal fundraising activities, we wanted to create something that provided not only us, but other people, a platform to.
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