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The Indian Wars of Pennsylvania: An Account of the Indian Events, in Pennsylvania, of the French & Indian War, Pontiac's War, Lord Dunmore's War, the Revolutionary War and the Indian Uprisings from 1789 to 1795. C. Hale Sipe. Softcover, (1929), repr. 2000, New, Appendices, Illus., original fullname+subject index, 794 pp.
The Indian Wars of Pennsylvania is a comprehensive historical overview of Indian warfare in that state, offering 'a thoroughly accurate picture of the thrillingly romantic period of Pennsylvania history from 1755 to 1795, during which the mountains and the valleys… were literally drenched in blood.' Appendix A consists of a chronological table of incidents, 1570-1843. Appendix B lists monuments erected in honor of the sesqui-centennial celebration of Gen. Sullivan’s expedition against the Iroquois, principle Indian towns destroyed in said expedition, a biographical sketch of the general and a short treatise on the fate of the Iroquois Nation after the Revolution. Appendix C lists 'Officers of the Colonies of the Delaware before the time of William Penn, and the Governors of the Province and the Commonwealth from 1681 to 1799.' Appendix D lists the principle Indian towns of Pennsylvania and Appendix E provides the names and locations of Pennsylvania blockhouses not mentioned in the text.
S1492 ISBN 0-7884-1492-5