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The winning of the West : from the Alleghenies to the Mississippi / Theodore Roosevelt.
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0-554-46079-3
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Book One: The Spread of English-Speaking Peoples; I. The Spread of the English-Speaking Peoples; II. The French of the Ohio Valley, 1763-1775; III. The Appalachian Confederacies, 1765-1775; IV. The Algonquins of the Northwest, 1769-1774; V. The Backwoodsmen of the Alleghanies, 1769-1774; VI. Boone and the Long Hunters; and their Hunting in No-Man's-Land, 1769-1774; VII. Sevier, Robertson, and the Watauga Commonwealth, 1769-1774; VIII. Lord Dunmore's War, 1774; Appendices; Appendix A-To Chapter IV; Appendix B-To Chapter VAppendix C-To Chapter VI; Appendix D-To Chapter VI; Appendix E-To Chapter VII; In the Current of the Revolution; I. The Battle of the Great Kanawha; and Logan's Speech, 1774; II. Boone and the Settlement of Kentucky, 1775; III. In the Current of the Revolution-The Southern Backwoodsmen Overwhelm the Cherokees, 1776; Appendix; Appendix A-To Chapter I; Book Two: In the Current of the Revolution (Continued); IV. Growth and Civil Organization of Kentucky, 1776; V. The War in the Northwest, 1777-1778; VI. Clark's Conquest of the Illinois, 1778; VII. Clark's Campaign Against Vincennes, 1779VIII. Continuance of the Struggle in Kentucky and the Northwest, 1779-1781; Appendices; Appendix B-To Chapter V; Appendix C-To Chapter VII; Appendix D-To Chapter VIII; Appendix E-To Chapter VIII; The War in the Northwest; I. The Moravian Massacre, 1779-1782; II. The Administration of the Conquered French Settlements, 1779-1783; III. Kentucky Until the End of the Revolution, 1782-1783; IV. The Holston Settlements, 1777-1779; V. King's Mountain, 1780; VI. The Holston Settlements to the End of the Revolution, 1781-1783; Appendices; Appendix A-To Chapter IIIAppendix B-To Chapter III; Appendix C-To Chapter VI; Book 3: The War in the Northwest (Continued); VII. Robertson Founds the Cumberland Settlement, 1779-1780; VIII. The Cumberland Settlements to the Close of the Revolution, 1781-1783; IX. What the Westerners had Done During the Revolution, 1783; Appendices; Appendix D-To Chapter VIII; Appendix E-To Chapter IX; Appendix F-To Chapter X; Preface; The Indian Wars, 1784-1787; I. The Inrush of Settlers, 1784-1787; II. The Indian Wars, 1784-1787; III. The Navigation of the Mississippi; Separatist Movements and Spanish Intrigues, 1784-1788IV. The State of Franklin, 1784-1788; V. Kentucky's Struggle for Statehood, 1784-1790; St. Clair and Wayne; I. The Northwest Territory; Ohio, 1787-1790; II. The War in the Northwest, 1787-1790; Book Four: St. Clair and Wayne (Continued); III. The Southwest Territory; Tennessee, 1788-1790; IV. St. Clair's Defeat, 1791; V. Mad Anthony Wayne; and the Fight of the Fallen Timbers, 1792-1795; Preface; Louisiana and Aaron Burr; I. Tennessee Becomes a State, 1791-1796; II. Intrigues and Land Speculations-The Treaties of Jay and Pinckney, 1793-1797
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Defeated politically and running out of money after a ranch deal gone bad, Theodore Roosevelt began writing his epic history of the conquest of the American West in 1888. He wove a sweeping drama, well documented and filled to the brim with Americans fighting Indian confederacies in the north and south while dealing with the machinations of the British, French, and Spanish and their sympathizers. Roosevelt wanted to show how backwoodsmen such as Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton, followed by hardy pioneer settlers, won the United States the claim to land west of the Alleghanies. Heroism and treach
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^aDescription based upon print version of record.
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0 ^aCover; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Book One: The Spread of English-Speaking Peoples; I. The Spread of the English-Speaking Peoples; II. The French of the Ohio Valley, 1763-1775; III. The Appalachian Confederacies, 1765-1775; IV. The Algonquins of the Northwest, 1769-1774; V. The Backwoodsmen of the Alleghanies, 1769-1774; VI. Boone and the Long Hunters; and their Hunting in No-Man's-Land, 1769-1774; VII. Sevier, Robertson, and the Watauga Commonwealth, 1769-1774; VIII. Lord Dunmore's War, 1774; Appendices; Appendix A-To Chapter IV
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8 ^aAppendix B-To Chapter VAppendix C-To Chapter VI; Appendix D-To Chapter VI; Appendix E-To Chapter VII; In the Current of the Revolution; I. The Battle of the Great Kanawha; and Logan's Speech, 1774; II. Boone and the Settlement of Kentucky, 1775; III. In the Current of the Revolution-The Southern Backwoodsmen Overwhelm the Cherokees, 1776; Appendix; Appendix A-To Chapter I; Book Two: In the Current of the Revolution (Continued); IV. Growth and Civil Organization of Kentucky, 1776; V. The War in the Northwest, 1777-1778; VI. Clark's Conquest of the Illinois, 1778
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8 ^aVII. Clark's Campaign Against Vincennes, 1779VIII. Continuance of the Struggle in Kentucky and the Northwest, 1779-1781; Appendices; Appendix B-To Chapter V; Appendix C-To Chapter VII; Appendix D-To Chapter VIII; Appendix E-To Chapter VIII; The War in the Northwest; I. The Moravian Massacre, 1779-1782; II. The Administration of the Conquered French Settlements, 1779-1783; III. Kentucky Until the End of the Revolution, 1782-1783; IV. The Holston Settlements, 1777-1779; V. King's Mountain, 1780; VI. The Holston Settlements to the End of the Revolution, 1781-1783; Appendices
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8 ^aAppendix A-To Chapter IIIAppendix B-To Chapter III; Appendix C-To Chapter VI; Book 3: The War in the Northwest (Continued); VII. Robertson Founds the Cumberland Settlement, 1779-1780; VIII. The Cumberland Settlements to the Close of the Revolution, 1781-1783; IX. What the Westerners had Done During the Revolution, 1783; Appendices; Appendix D-To Chapter VIII; Appendix E-To Chapter IX; Appendix F-To Chapter X; Preface; The Indian Wars, 1784-1787; I. The Inrush of Settlers, 1784-1787; II. The Indian Wars, 1784-1787; III. The Navigation of the Mississippi
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8 ^aSeparatist Movements and Spanish Intrigues, 1784-1788IV. The State of Franklin, 1784-1788; V. Kentucky's Struggle for Statehood, 1784-1790; St. Clair and Wayne; I. The Northwest Territory; Ohio, 1787-1790; II. The War in the Northwest, 1787-1790; Book Four: St. Clair and Wayne (Continued); III. The Southwest Territory; Tennessee, 1788-1790; IV. St. Clair's Defeat, 1791; V. Mad Anthony Wayne; and the Fight of the Fallen Timbers, 1792-1795; Preface; Louisiana and Aaron Burr; I. Tennessee Becomes a State, 1791-1796
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8 ^aII. Intrigues and Land Speculations-The Treaties of Jay and Pinckney, 1793-1797
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^aDefeated politically and running out of money after a ranch deal gone bad, Theodore Roosevelt began writing his epic history of the conquest of the American West in 1888. He wove a sweeping drama, well documented and filled to the brim with Americans fighting Indian confederacies in the north and south while dealing with the machinations of the British, French, and Spanish and their sympathizers. Roosevelt wanted to show how backwoodsmen such as Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton, followed by hardy pioneer settlers, won the United States the claim to land west of the Alleghanies. Heroism and treach
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^aUniversidad de San Andrés - Biblioteca Max Von Buch
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