Reuben Gold Thwaites and Kellogg Louise Phelps, THE REVOLUTION ON THE UPPER OHIO, 1775-1777(Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1908)

1908

Reuben Gold Thwaites and Kellogg Louise Phelps, THE REVOLUTION ON THE UPPER OHIO, 1775-1777(Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1908)

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Col. William Preston to Col. William Christian, 5/1/1775: <The Savages have lately committed some Murders on the People about to Settle to the Westward & we don't know how soon they may fall upon the Inhabitants.> Thwaites3:9

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1908

Reuben Gold Thwaites and Kellogg Louise Phelps, THE REVOLUTION ON THE UPPER OHIO, 1775-1777(Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1908)

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Capt. William Russell to Col. William Fleming, 6/12/1775: <It appears to have been the Pics [division of the Shawnee] that fired on Boones Camp when the two Men were kill'd, out of his Party.> Thwaites3:16

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1908

Reuben Gold Thwaites and Kellogg Louise Phelps, THE REVOLUTION ON THE UPPER OHIO, 1775-1777(Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1908)

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Capt. Matthew Arbuckle to Col. William Fleming, 8/15/1776: <I was Inform'd Some time Ago the Shanahs and Cherokee's had taken 3 Women prisoners fromCantuckee and Got one Scalp [of James Cooper, killed near Licking 7/7/76], I therefore Dispatchd. three of My Men to Demand the three prisoners (If in possession of the Shanahs) to be Immediately Deliverd up two of the women were Daughters to Colol. Calaway at Cantuckee and the other a Daughter of Colol. Boon's at Cantuckee Likewise and this Day the Men are Return'd Again with one of the Shanah Chiefs and Brother of the Cornstalk's Who Informs Me that After taken the Prisoners from Cantuck the white's follow'd and Retook the prisoners and Killd two of their Men, upon this I Inform'd them the fate of the Cherokee's and that our people would without Dispute Cut them all off which Seem to have a Great Effect upon them and the promised to hold to a Lasting peace.> Thwaites3:186-87

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