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Early Chicago : Fort Dearborn : an address delivered at the unveiling of the memorial tablet to mark the site of the block-house, on Saturday afternoon, May 21st, 1881, under the auspices of the Chicago Historical Society, to which have been added notes and an appendix

Author: John Wentworth; Chicago Historical Society.
Publisher: Chicago, [Ill.] : Fergus Print. Co., 1881.
Series: Fergus' historical series, no. 16.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
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Wentworth, John, 1815-1888.
Early Chicago. Fort Dearborn.
Chicago : Fergus Print. Co., 1881
(OCoLC)576013536
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Wentworth; Chicago Historical Society.
OCLC Number: 7120356
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 104 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm.
Contents: Fort Dearborn --
Fort Dearborn : an address --
Appendix A: The Wells family --
Appendix B: Statement compiled from the records of the Adjutant-General's Office, in the case of Fort Dearborn, with copies of orders --
Appendix C: Contemporaneous accounts --
Appendix D: Letter from A.H. Edwards (Important reminiscences of an old settler) ; Sketch of Abraham Edwards (Reminiscences of the life of Abraham Edwards) --
Appendix E: Cultivation of land by the soldiers --
Appendix F: Letter from Shabonee and Sauganash --
Appendix G: Reply of Hon. John Wentworth to Hon. Clement L. Vallandigham --
Appendix H: Soldiers of the Black-Hawk War (Chicago's early defenders ; Muster-roll ; Cook County's soldiers in the Blackhawk War) --
Appendix I: Mark Beaubien --
Appendix J: Graduates of the Military Academy, Class of 1832, with regiment to which assigned, from July 1, 1832 --
Appendix K: Letter from Joseph Adams (Letters from the last soldier in Fort Dearborn --
Appendix L: Letter of Capt. Walker --
Appendix M: Letter from Frederick A, Nash (The old railroads of Illinois --
Appendix N: Mark Beaubien's fiddle --
Appendix O: History of the Chicago light-house --
Appendix P: Fall of the original light-house at Chicago --
Appendix Q: Col. Plympton (Col. Joseph Plympton ; Little Turtle ; An interesting relic ; The killing of LaLime explained ; The first lake-steamer ; Chicago's first piano ; Additional early records (Fort Dearborn muster-roll ; The last payment to the garrison of Fort Dearborn before the massacre ; Fort Dearborn, etc. ; Chicago's early harbor).
Series Title: Fergus' historical series, no. 16.
Other Titles: Fort Dearborn
Responsibility: by Hon. John Wentworth.

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