1 edition of Soldier"s life on the western frontier in 1813 found in the catalog.
Soldier"s life on the western frontier in 1813
by Prepared by the staff of the Public Library of Fort Wayne and Allen County in Fort Wayne, Ind
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||10|
These patents do seem to support the statement credited above to the Crumrine book that Alexander Wells had been buying rights to Western lands from soldiers Children: Henry Wells, Nathaniel Wells, Alexander Wells, Bezaleel Wells, Helen Wells. Tecumseh (/ t ɪ ˈ k ʌ m s ə, t ɪ ˈ k ʌ m s i / ti-KUM-sə, ti-KUM-see; March – October 5, ) was a Native American Shawnee warrior and chief, who became the primary leader of a large, Battles/wars: Northwest Indian War, .
Forest, lake, and prairie. Twenty years of frontier life in western Canada (Toronto, Ryerson Press, [?]), by John McDougall (page images at HathiTrust) Frontier life, or . The megacity of Toronto was the frontier town of York in when it suffered its most traumatic day. Though it was the capital of Upper Canada (Ontario), york had only weak defenses, and .
Five works depicting life on the western frontier from the Civil War to the twentieth century. Homesteaders, American Indians, and drifters find courage, tragedy, and romance in First . Tecumseh’s death and defeat at the Battle of the Thames in made the Ohio frontier “safe” for settlers—at least for a time. Creek Indians and inhabitants of Fort Mims, .
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Focusing on the Indian Wars period of the s through the s, Life of a Soldier on the Western Frontier captures the daily challenges faced by the typical enlisted man and explores the role soldiers played in the conquering of the American frontier.
In addition to describing the nitty-gritty details of a soldier s /5(16). The "Army on the Frontier" is a term applied to the activities of the United States Army stationed near the frontier settlements from the beginning of national existence until aboutthe end.
“The frontier is the outer edge of the wave,” writes historian Frederick Jackson Turner, “the meeting-point between savagery and civilization the line of most rapid and effective.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Pp. xx, Illus., appends., maps, notes, biblio., index. $ ISBN: Life in the Frontier Army Much has been written about the. uses the testimony of enlisted soldiers—drawn from more than diaries, letters, and memoirs—to create a vivid picture of life in an evolving army on the western frontier.
After /5(11). The editors have compiled a fine set of biographical essays about significant leaders of the 19th Century U.S. Army on the frontier.
Those who are not familiar with these men will find this /5. The American frontier includes the geography, history, folklore, and cultural expression of life in the forward wave of American expansion that began with English colonial settlements in the Location: Currently the United States, historically in.
Paul Andrew Hutton's original Soldiers West, published inused the careers of ten officers to illustrate the life and experience of the army on the far western frontier from the aftermath of.
Army Life on the Western Frontier: Selections from the Official Reports Made Between and by Col. George Croghan. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, Prucha, Francis.
Female servants brought from the East often returned home after getting a taste of the isolation and boredom of frontier life. Others found husbands among the troops and quit domestic. The manpower strains of all the various missions after the Civil War plus manning all the frontier posts and stations badly strained the resources of a shrinking Regular Army.
As the post-Civil. Regular Army O. (Hardcover) Soldiering on the Western Frontier, By Douglas C. McChristian, Robert M. Utley (Foreword by). University of Oklahoma Press. Colonel George Croghan, a nephew of the famous George Rogers and William Clark, was acclaimed as the hero of Fort Stephenson, Ohio, during the War of Francis Author: George Croghan.
Focusing on the Indian Wars period of the s through the s, Life of a Soldier on the Western Frontier captures the daily challenges faced by the typical enlisted man and explores. That certificate is printed in the Anglo-American Magazine, and on page of Auchinleck’s History of the War ofpublished in Toronto in When the Prince of Wales was.
Reprinted with permission from Tar Heel Junior Historian, Spring American soldiers of World War I experienced a great deal of hardship while fighting on the western front in France. PICTORIAL FIELD-BOOK OF THE WAR OF BY BENSON J.
LOSSING. CHAPTER XXXV. CIVIL AFFAIRS IN - EVENTS ON THE NORTHERN FRONTIER IN Civil. The frontier states and territories with their unstable society were in greater need of military forces to aid the civil authorities to maintain order.
An instance of this is the request of the governor of. Records of U.S. Military Posts, – FallVol. 41, No. 3 | Genealogy Notes By John P.
Deeben Enlarge View of Fort Pierre, Dakota Territory,a watercolor by Frederick. Getting supplies to the army on the western frontier of Indiana, Ohio and Michigan in was a difficult business.
Heavy barrels, sacks and bales of food and clothing were loaded onto boats. Davy Crockett () was a Tennessee-born frontiersman, congressman, solider and folk hero.
After his heroic death defending the Alamo during the Texas Revolution. Buffalo Soldiers For decades, African-American Regulars were the most effective troops on the western frontier Buffalo soldiers of the 25th Infantry, some wearing buffalo robes, Ft. Keogh.