Author: Reed B. Day
Life in western Pennsylvania in the late 1780s was lived in an atmosphere of conflict. Many had been unwelcome participants in the PA-Virginia boundary dispute and resented having their lands torn away from Virginia and annexed to Pennsylvania. This book flows from the causes of the Whiskey Insurrection to the end result but is not intended to serve as a treatise on the subject.
1993, 8.5" X 11", Softbound, 33 pages
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