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West of the Alleghenies a selection of rare books on the western expansion of the United States. by Rosenbach Company

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Published in N. Y .
Written in English


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Pagination50 p.
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22971240M
OCLC/WorldCa1726512

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The book is well documented and researched, and leaves the reader with a sense of who the people were that settled west of the alleghenies, how they lived, the struggles they encountered, and how they relied upon one another for survival. Unlike many history books, this book documents great stories that have been passed down for generations/5.   : Trans-Allegheny Pioneers (West Virginia and Ohio): Historical Sketches of the First White Settlers West of the Alleghenies, and After (): Hale, John P.: Books3/5(1).   Excerpt from Trans-Allegheny Pioneers: Historical Sketches of the First White Settlements West of the Alleghenies, and After Ion eer history does not repeat itself. Our [3 country - and especially our great Western trans allegheny country - has but recently passed through, and is hardly yet entirely emerged, in the far West, from a period Reviews: 2. Trans-Allegheny Pioneers (West Virginia and Ohio): Historical Sketches of the First White Settlers West of the Alleghenies, and After John P. Hale Heritage Books, - History - pages.

  Trans-Allegheny Pioneers is, without a doubt, one of the most celebrated accounts of life on the Virginia frontier ever written. The author's concern, of course, is on "the progressive frontier explorations and settlements along the entire Virginia border, from the Alleghenies to the Ohio, and from the New River-Kanawha and tributaries in the Southwest, where settlements first began, to the Reviews: 5. University Press of Kentucky, - History - pages 0 Reviews The Allegheny frontier, comprising the mountainous area of present-day West Virginia and bordering states, is studied here. Trans-Allegheny pioneers: historical sketches of the first white settlements west of the Alleghenies, and after, wonderful experiences of hardships and heroism of those who first braved the dangers of the inhospitable wilderness, and the savage tribes that then inhabited it. Trans-Allegheny Pioneers is, without a doubt, one of the most celebrated accounts of life on the Virginia frontier ever written. The author's concern, of course, is on "the progressive frontier explorations and settlements along the entire Virginia border, from the Alleghenies to the Ohio, and from the New River-Kanawha and tributaries in the Southwest, where settlements first began, to the.

The mission of Western Allegheny Community Library is to inspire, engage, and educate the community through high quality, fun, creative, and informative programming and services. Library Hours Monday – Thursday: a.m. – p.m. Penn Central in Color, Vol. 4: West of the Alleghenies Hardcover – January 1, by Jeremy F. Plant (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" $ $ $Author: Jeremy F. Plant. Description. Trans-Allegheny Pioneers is, without a doubt, one of the most celebrated accounts of life on the Virginia frontier ever written. However, it is more than that, for it is also the genealogical account of the Draper and Ingles families, who were later memorialized in the novels of Laura Ingles Wilder (Little House on the Prairie, etc.).Mr. Full text of "Trans-Allegheny pioneers: historical sketches of the first white settlements west of the Alleghenies, and after, wonderful experiences of hardships and heroism of those who first braved the dangers of the inhospitable wilderness, and the savage tribes that then inhabited it" See other formats.