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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Old Northwest in the American Revolution.
Madison : State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1977
|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Curtis Skaggs; State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
|Description:||vii, 497 p.,  p. of plates : maps ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. 1. The West on the eve of independence: Sosin, J.M. The French settlements in British policy for the North American interior, 1760-1774. --Van Every, D. The great crossing. --Alvord,C.W. Virginia and the West. --Curry, R.O. Lord Dunmore and the West. --Marshall, P. Imperial policy and the government of Detroit. pt.2. The Revolutionary War in the Northwest: Rice, O.K. The Ohio Valley in the American Revolution. --O'Donnell, J.H. The native American crisis in the Ohio country, 1774-1783. --
Van Every, D. George Rogers Clark in Kentucky and the Illinois country, 1772-1778. --
Rickey, D., Jr. The British-Indian attack on St. Louis, May 26, 1780. --
Kinnaird, L. The Spanish expedition against Fort St. Joseph in 1781. --Talbert, C.G. A roof for Kentucky. --Eckert, A.W. The bloody year in Ohio--1782. --Morris, R.B. The West in the peace negotiations. pt. 3. Solutions of the postwar Western problem: Ritcheson, C.R. Frontier diplomacy, 1783-1790. --Jensen, M. The cession of the Old Northwest. --Jensen, M. The creation of the national domain. --Freund, R. Military bounty lands and the origins of the public domain. --Pattison, W.D. The survey of the Seven Ranges. --
Berkhofer, R.F., Jr. The ordinance of 1784. --Lynd, S. The compromise of 1787. --Eblen, J.E. Origins of the American colonial system.
|Responsibility:||edited with introductions by David Curtis Skaggs.|