Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series CC, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin)

Clark Campaign 80
John D. Shane interview with Ephraim Sowdusky, ca. 1843-49: His uncles James and Anthony Sowdusky were in KY as early as 1773. <They scraped down corn in Ky. and made bread before they started. The season was remarkably forward.> <The army took the village, cut up their corn, destroyed their towns, and came back w. about 18 only lost. The battle was on the 1st of August. When Clark came in sight, the indians appeared calm and composed, walking or standing about in perfect order.> 11CC144

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