Wetzel, Lewis 1763-1808
Most widely held works about Lewis Wetzel
Most widely held works by Lewis Wetzel
Samuel Brady & Lewis Wetzel papers by Samuel Brady ( Book )
2 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 11 libraries worldwide
Having sworn eternal enmity to all Indians, Samuel Brady and Lewis Wetzel became two of the most noted scouts, spies, and Indian fighters during the Revolution and postwar Indian conflicts, according to historian Lyman Draper. Between 1843 and 1868 Draper collected the majority of Brady and Wetzel letters; receipts; and business, legal, and military records. He also prepared sketches on such notable Indian chiefs as Shingas, Tamaque, and Tanacharison.
Alabama American Revolution (1775-1783) Audiobooks Biographical fiction Biographical fiction Biographical fiction, American Biographical fiction, American Biography Boone, Daniel,--1734-1820 Brady, Samuel,--1756-1795 Brodhead, Daniel,--1736-1809 Crawford, William,--1732-1782 Fiction Frontier and pioneer life Heroes Historical fiction Historical fiction, American History Hunting Indians of North America Indians of North America--Wars Juvenile works Kenton, Simon,--1755-1836 Large type books Lewis, Andrew,--1720-1781 Logan, Benjamin,--1743-1802 Manuscripts Ohio Ohio River Valley Pennsylvania Pioneers Rudolph, Michael Scouting (Reconnaissance) Scouts (Reconnaissance) Scouts (Youth organization members) Shelby, Isaac,--1750-1826 Soldiers Sources South Carolina United States United States--Northwest, Old Virginia Western stories West Virginia West Virginia--Fort Henry Wetzel, Lewis,--1763-1808 Wetzel family Women pioneers Zane, Betty Zane, Ebenezer,--1747-1812