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Perrot, Nicolas
The Indian tribes of the upper Mississippi Valley and region of the Great Lakes
 as described by Nicolas Perrot, French commandant in the Northwest ; Bacqueville de la Potherie, French royal commissioner to Canada ; Morrell Marston, American Army officer ; and Thomas Forsyth, United States agent at Fort Armstrong / translated, edited, annotated and with bibliography and index by Emma Helen Blair ; with portraits, maps, facsimiles, and views. - 1911.
  Vol 1.  Vol 2.

Hennepin, Louis
A new discovery of a vast country in America. - 1698 (1903)
   Vol 1.      Vol 2.

Hennepin, Louis
Description of Louisiana. - 1683. (1880)

Om Louis Hennepins skrifter:

Neill, Edward D.
The writings of Louis Hennepin, Recollect Franciscan missionary.
Prepared for the monthly meeting of the Department of American history, Minnesota historical society, on September 6, 1880
, at Minneapolis. 
By Rev. Edward D. Neill. - 1880.

Lescarbot, Marc
Nova Francia, or, The description of that part of New France which is one continent with Virginiadescribed in the three late voyages and plantation made by Mons. de Monts, Mons. du Pont-Gravé, and Mons. de Poutrincourt, into the countries called by the Frenchmen La Cadia, lying to the southwest of Cape Breton : together with and excellent several treaty of all the commodities of the said countries, and manners of the natural inhabitants of the sametranslated out of the French into English by P.E. - 1745.    Alt utg.    History of New France

Weiser, Conrad
Narrative of a journey from Tulpehocken, in Pennsylvania, to Onondago, the headquarters of the Six nations of Indians, made in 1737 by Conrad Weiser. -  

Weiser, Conrad
Conrad Weiser's journal of a tour to the Ohio, August 11-October 2, 1748 1748 ...

Walton, Joseph S
Conrad Weiser and the indian policy of colonial Pennsylvania. - 1900.

Weiser, C Z
The life of (John) Conrad Weiser the german pioneer, patriot and Patron of two races. - 1876.

Loskiel, George Henry 1740-1814
History of the mission of the United Brethren among the Indians in North America
 in three parts by George Henry Loskiel ; translated from the German by Christian Ignatius LaTrobe. - 1794    Alt utg.    Svenska utg.

Post, Christian Frederick, 1710?-1785
Two journals of western tours 

Cobb, William H.
Monument to, and history of the Mingo Indians
facts and traditions about this tribe, their wars, chiefs, camps, villages and trails. Monument dedicated to their memory near the village of Mingo, in Tygarts River Valley of West Virginia
. - Addresses and articles by William H. Cobb, Andrew Price [and] Hu Maxwell. 

Published 1921

Dodge, J . R.
Red men of the Ohio Valley
an aboriginal history of the period commencing A.D. 1650, and ending at the treaty of Greenville, A.D. 1795 ; embracing notable facts and thrilling incidents in the settlement by the whites of the states of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois
. - 1860.

Harrison, William Henry 1773-1841
A discourse on the aborigines of the valley of the Ohio : In which the opinions of the conquest of that valley by the Iroquois, or Six Nations, in the seventeenth century, supported by Cadwallader Colden, of New York, Governor Pownal, of Massachusetts, Dr. Franklin, the Hon. De Witt Clinton, of New York, and Judge Haywood, of Tennessee, are examined and contested : To which are prefixed some remarks on the study of history. - 1838.

, Berthold 1837-1908
The Ohio Valley in colonial days. - 1890.

Harrison, H
A discourse of the aborigines of Ohio....

Roosevelt, Theodore
The winning of the west.
 Vol 1  Vol 2  Vol 3  (Alt 3)  Vol 4  Vol 5   Vol 6


YoungCalvin 1851-
Little Turtle (Me-she-kin-no-quah) : the great chief of the Miami Indian nation ; being a sketch of his life together with that of Wm. Wells and some noted descendants - 

Trent, William 1715-1787
Journal of Captain William Trent from Logstown to Pickawillany, A.D. 1752 : now published for the first time from a copy in the archives of the Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio, together with letters of Governor Robert Dinwiddie ; an historical notice of the Miamiconfederacy of Indians ; a sketch of the English poet at Pickawillany, with a short biography of Captain Trent, and other papers never before printed - 1871.

Slocum, Frances 1773-1847
Biography of Frances Slocum, the lost sister of Wyoming. A complete narrative of her captivity and wanderings among the Indians -  Meginness, John Franklin, 1827
  Bibliography: p. 234-238. Fångenskapsskildring.



FreySamuel Ludlow 1833-1924
The Mohawks : an inquiry into their origin, migrations and influence upon the white settlers - 1898.

O'Callaghan, Edmund Bailey, 1797-1880 ed
Papers relating to De Courcelles' and De Tracy's expeditions against the Mohawk Indians 1665-66.

Spencer, Oliver 1781-1838.
Narrative of Oliver M. Spencer : comprising an account of his captivity among the MohawkIndians in North America. - 1854. 

Jogues, Isaac 1607-1646.Narrative of a captivity among the Mohawk Indians, and a description of New Netherland in 1642-3.

Documents relating to the history and settlements of the towns along the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers (with the exception of Albany) : from 1630 to 1684, and also illustrating the relations of the settlers with the Indians.

Palmer, William E.
Memoir of the distinguished Mohawk Indian chief, sachen and warrior, Capt Joseph Brant. - 1872.

Campbell, William W., 1806-1881
The border warfare of New York, during the revolution : or, the annals of Tryon county - 1849.


Knight, John d 1838.
Indian atrocities : narratives of the perils and sufferings of Dr. Knight and John Slover, among the Indians, during the Revolutionary War : with short memoirs of Col. Crawford & John Slover and a letter from H. Brackinridge, on the rights of the Indians, etc - 1867.
  Cover title: Narratives of Knight and Slover

Lenape Delaware

Virginia algonkins 

1753 Fort Le Boeuf

1754 Fort Duquesne

1755 Braddock expedition

1758 Fort Stanwix

1758 Fort Ligionier

1758 Fort Bedford

1759 Fort Pitt

1760 Fort Venango 

1761-1763 Fort Sandusky

1763 Pontiacs war   Page Pontiacs rebellion

1761-1763 Fort Sandusky

1769  Daniel Boone At the treaty of Fort Stanwix,  the Iroquois but not the Shawnee, had ceded their claim to Kentucky to the British. In spite of this, or without knowingh that, 
Boone began a two-year hunting expedition in Kentucky On May 11, 1769,
1773, On September 25,Boone packed up his family and, with a group of about 50 emigrants, began the first attempt by British colonists to establish a settlement in Kentucky. Following the Treaty of Fort Stanwix, American Indians in the region had been debating what to do about the influx of settlers. This group had decided, in the words of historian John Mack Faragher, "to send a message of their opposition to settlement…." James Boone and William Russell's son Henry were captured and gruesomely tortured to death. The brutality of the killings sent shock waves along the frontier, and Boone's party abandoned its expedition. The massacre was one of the first events in what became known as Dunmore's war.

1774 Lord Dunmore's war

1775-1783 American Revolutionary war

1785-1795 North West Indian War (Little Turtles war)