Author: C. Hale Sipe
This 1932 reprint is a history of the first English fort west of the Allegheny Mountains and an account of many thrilling, tragic, romantic, important but little known colonial and revolutionary events in the region where the winning of the West began. The information contained in this book is based primarily on the Pennsylvania Archives and Colonial Records. This volume was written by the author to fill a gap in the historical literature of Pennsylvania, particularly Western Pennsylvania. The purpose of this book is to awaken a greater interest in the early history of the state bearing the name of Penn. Index.
2000, 6" X 9", Softbound, 699 pages
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