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Reminiscence of an early Ohio pioneer

Benjamin Franklin Stone

Reminiscence of an early Ohio pioneer

the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin Stone Sr., 1782-1873.

by Benjamin Franklin Stone

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Published by Lemon Tree Press in Marietta, Ohio .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Marietta (Ohio),
  • Ohio,
  • Marietta
    • Subjects:
    • Stone, Benjamin Franklin, 1782-1873.,
    • Stone family.,
    • Duvall family.,
    • Cook family.,
    • Pioneers -- Ohio -- Marietta -- Biography.,
    • Marietta (Ohio) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsLambert, Julia Vadakin.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF499.M3 S86 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 98 p. :
      Number of Pages98
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1442707M
      LC Control Number93077566

      REMINISCENCE AND BIOGRAPHY OF NEBRASKA. CONTAINING A. History of the State of Nebraska. Embracing an account of Early Explorations, Early Settlement, Indian Occupancy, Indian History and Traditions, Territorial and State Organizations; a review of the Political History; and a concise History of the Growth and Development of the State. ALSO A. Meek, Joe: The River of the West "Life and Adventure in the Rocky Mountains and Oregon; embracing events in the life-time of a Mountain-Man and Pioneer with the Early History of the North-Western Slope including An Account of the Fur Traders, the Indian Tribes, The Overland Immigration, the Oregon Missions, and the Tragic Fate of Rev. Dr.

      A History of Jonathan Alder: His Captivity and Life with the Indians is one of the most extensive first person accounts to survive from Ohio's pioneer and early settlement eras. Alder's reminiscence spans half a century, from his capture at the age of nine in , when Ohio had no permanent European settlement and was still the exclusive domain of the Ohio Indian nations, to , nearly a. By aid of the memory of one of the oldest living native citizens we are enabled to present a reminiscence of the pioneer show exhibited in the village in its early days. John Ague, born here in , when quite a small boy, with his parents and brothers and sisters saw this first show.

      history of the upper ohio valley, vol. 1, glass - the capture of henry baker - a reminiscence of pioneer life - an attack upon a hunting party - an atrocious murder - the attack on kirkwood's cabin - a timely warning - the killing of grindstaff - the capture of the crow girls - memorial of the inhabitants of middle wheeling - letter of. ST. MARYS TOWNSHIP AND THE CITY OF ST. MARYS. St. Marys township, occupying the central part of the western tier of townships in Auglaize county and the oldest civil division in the county, is a true congressional township (town 6, south of range 4 east) of thirty six square miles and is bounded on the north by Noble township, on the east by Washington township and Shelby county, on the south.


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