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Detour Through History · 5h ago

Gist In Confluence

Notes To Gist's First Journal (online at Historic Pittsburgh):22 November 175122d To Casselman or Middle Ford of the Youghiogheny in Turkey Foot Tp Somerset Co. Penn. near ____which he cross...
Detour Through History · 7h ago

William Bell's Probate

Michigan, Probate Records, Wayne Probate packets:Wayne County, MichiganProbate File# 8735William Bell, deceasedPlace of Death: Nankin TownshipDate of Death: 22 November 1876Adah Bell, daught...
Detour Through History · 1d ago

Captain Sherwood On Secret Service

From a Report on Canadian Archives:Letters from Justus Sherwood...See a blog post at In Deeds regarding Justus Sherwood.Also see Buckskin pimpernel : the exploits of Justus Sherwood, loyalis...
Detour Through History · 2d ago

View Of Glencoe

Highlands Of Scotland
Detour Through History · 2d ago

Officers On Lookout Mountain

SourceGeneral P. S. [Philip Sidney] Post, Capt. E. Mennett, Lieut. F. Boyer, Lieut. Wm. McAdms, Lieut. C. A. Mosman, Captain J. M. Van Osdel.
Detour Through History · 2d ago

Kaskaskia Records Found

Records of Kaskaskia and of Cahokia have been found from time to time in different places, but a large portion was believed generally to have been lost. The story of the re-discovery...".Fou...
Detour Through History · 5d ago

Riding Over The Territories

Tristram Dodge and His Descendants in America: With Historical and ...He [Israel Dodge] built the first stone house at Bardstown, now Kentucky. Attracted by the large grants of land offered ...
Detour Through History · 6d ago

The Confederate Prison At Salisbury

Detour Through History · 1w ago

St. Andrews Commissariot Record

The Pattullo/Patillos are listed below; there are also Mores, Camerons and Nories in the book.Source
Detour Through History · 1W ago

Captain Backus Sailed To Savannah

Visitor's Center In Savannah, GeorgiaThe Historical Magazine printed the Diary of the Indian campaign in Florida of 1837-8, written by Capt. Electus Backus, U.S.A.Captain Backus writes that ...