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Settlement and Conflict Along the Susquehanna
Settlement and Conflict Along the Susquehanna #A0942
by William Garbarino

A History of the Settlement and Conflict Along the Susquehanna and Its Tributaries During the 18th Century.

Settlement and Conflict Along the Susquehanna is a premier book about the early events along the Susquehanna River and its tributaries. It includes the Early Inhabitants, Conflict Among the Indians, the Legacy of William Penn, Colonial Settlement, Conflict with the Indians and Yankees, the Revolutionary War, and the Yankee - Pennamite War.

ISBN 0-96710-145-X. © 2005 First Edition. Soft cover, 116 pages. Condition: New. Availablility: Out of Stock

#A0942: Settlement and Conflict Along the Susquehanna. Price: $10.95 Plus $2.95 Shipping & Handling via First Class mail to U.S. Address only.



Indian Villages of Pennsylvania #A0943
by William Garbarino

Indian Villages of Pennsylvania
A unique, colored, laminated, 8½" x 11" map of Indian Villages of Pennsylvania during the 18th century with a 12-page pamphlet describing Pennsylvania's Indians and a listing of villages including the tribe, location, and some comments. Includes a portfolio to hold all.

ISBN 0-96710-144-1. © 2004. Condition: New. Availablility: Out of Stock

#A0943: Indian Villages of Pennsylvania - Price: $6.95 Plus $2.95 Shipping & Handling via First Class mail to U.S. Address only.


Along the Allegheny Along the Allegheny #A0014
William Garbarino

A History of the Early Events Along the Allegheny and Its Tributaries.

Along the Allegheny is a book written for the young and the old. It tells the story of the early inhabitants along its many winding streams, and the people who replaced them. The book covers the Beaver Wars, the French and Indian War, Pontiac's War, the Revolutionary War, and the Indian Wars that followed.

It discusses the early navagation of the river from dugouts to steamboats, as well as the buiding of the canals in Western Pennsylvania.

ISBN 0-96710-141-7. © 2000, 2005 Second Edition. Soft cover, 84 pages. Condition: New. Availablility: Out of Stock

#A0014: Along the Allegheny - Price: $8.95 Plus $2.35 Shipping & Handling via Media Mail to U.S. Addresses only.


Along the Monongahela Along the Monongahela #A0015
William Garbarino

A History of the Early Events Along the Monongahela and Its Tributaries.

Along the Monongahela: The Monongahela River, like the Allegheny and the Ohio, has played a significant role in the history of western Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. It began as a center for Indian culture beginning with the Mound Builders and ending with the demise of the Monongahela people. The territory became contested between the British, the French and the Indians. Both Pennslvania and Virginia believed they had a right to claim it as part of their colonies.

It discusses much from the colonial period through post-revolutionary times.

ISBN 0-9671014-2-5. © 2000, First Edition, Third Printing. Soft cover, 96 pages. Condition: New. Availability: Out of Stock

#A0015: Along the Monongahela - Price: $9.95 Plus $2.95 S&H via media mail to U.S. addresses only.



Indian Wars Along the Upper Ohio Indian Wars Along the Upper Ohio #A0016
William Garbarino

A History of the Indian Wars and Related Events Along the Upper Ohio and Its Tributaries (1745 - 1795).

The Ohio River was the scene of one of the greatest territorial struggles betwen the early settlers and the Indians. The Indians, who had been continuously pushed westward by unscrupulous treaties and the victors of the Revolutionary War, had made the Ohio River their last stand. Although several treaties had been signed giving up the rights to lands along the Ohio, the Indians continued to see this as the line of demarcation between the whites and themselves. Intrusion into the Ohio Country frequently meant death or captivity.

ISBN 0-9671014-3-3. © 2001, First Edition. Soft cover, 127 pages. Condition: New. Availability: Out of Stock.

#A0016: Indian Wars Along the Upper Ohio - Price: $11.95 Plus $2.95 Shipping & Handling via media mail to U.S. Addresses only.



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