4 edition of Early Times on the Susquehanna found in the catalog.
Early Times on the Susquehanna
George A. Perkins
by Heritage Books Inc
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
Such is a skeleton of a history of the forks of the Susquehanna, a history that has been attempted in detached pieces by several writers, but without in a single instance making such a book as the facts and materials would warrant.—That history yet remains to be written.—When done, may it . Susquehanna Library history: In , interest in having a library in Susquehanna was voiced by growing numbers of people. Prior to that time, the county bookmobile arrived monthly during the winter months and semi-monthly during the summer months to provide material for the people living in Susquehanna.
The SSV Book series includes two volumes published in , Native Americans of the Susquehanna Valley by David Minderhout of Bloomsburg University, and Coal Dust on Your Feet by Janet McGaffey of Bucknell. Future volumes planned include Katherine Faull’s translation and study of the Moravian diaries of Shamokin, a natural history volume by a team of scientists led by Duane Griffin of. EARLY INDIAN HISTORY ON THE SUSQUEHANNA. Capt. John Smith’s Exploration of the head of Chesapeake Bay in —“Tuckogh” interpreters sent to invite the “Susquesahanockes” to an interview, of whom he learns of other Indian Nations—Early publications referring to the country and Tribe—First map of the country—Location and identification of the head towns—New chapters in.
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Excerpt from Early Times on the Susquehanna The little volume written by Mrs. George A. Perkins (my mother), containing so much which, except for her, would have been lost, is sacredly preserved. The more recent developments of our section of country have not been touched upon, but are left to the pen of the future historian.2/5(1).
Early Times On The Susquehanna [Hardcover] [George A. Perkins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lang: eng, Pages Reprinted in with the help of original edition published long back. This book is in black & white2/5(1). And when seventy years of age she published the historical volume, “Early Times on the Susquehanna,” which was mostly kindly received.
She was led to this work, in part, by the remembrance of the “Old Settlers’ Meeting” which was held at the Presbyterian Church of Athens, Februwhen many distinguished men were present, among them a number of descendants of the early inhabitants.
Early Times on the Susquehanna - Mrs. George A. Perkins. Early pioneers gathered at Elmira inAthens in and Owego in to relate the facts and incidents connected with the early settlement of this beautiful region of Pennsylvania. "Judge McDowell thought we. He was the principal Surveyor for the Susquehanna Company, and a prominent man among the Connecticut settlers.
His field books say, “Began May 7th,first to take the course of Tioga Creek, at the mouth, and run up to a bend in the creek, to a flat piece of land with buttonwood timber, to the north line of the town.*. Title Early times on the Susquehanna Contributor Names Perkins, George A., Mrs., Early times in the Susquehanna by Perkins, [Julia Anna (Shepard)] "Mrs.
Perkins," [from old catalog]; Elmer, Sarah (Perkins), Mrs. [from old catalog]Pages: Early times on the Susquehanna by Perkins, George A., Mrs., ; Elmer, Sarah Perkins. Early times on the Susquehanna [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Early times on the susquehanna: (athens, bradford co) Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content.
Please, subscribe or login to access all content. Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC) Online version: Perkins, George A., Mrs., Early times on the. Pennsylvania: Bradford: Early Times on the Susquehanna.
Mrs. George A. Perkins PHB L P The series highlights narratives of Native Americans in the region, of early cultural exchange between Natives and Europeans, of river towns and coal towns, of early mills as an impetus toward industrialization, of the watershed’s natural history, and of literary definitions of North American nature emanating from the Susquehanna frontier.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Facsimile reprint. Original imprint: Binghamton, [N.Y.]: Malette and Reid, Early Times Report Jammu, Feb The Government at present is making hectic efforts to expedite the four-laning of the crucial highways in Jammu and Kashmir with stress being laid to spend the central grants on priority and not to allow the funds to get lapsed.
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