1 edition of Lebanon County in the French and Indian War found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Regina, the German captive.|
|Statement||by Capt. H.M.M. Richards; Regina, the German captive, pt. 1 by Capt. H.M.M. Richards; pt. 2, by S.P. Heilman|
|Series||Lebanon County Historical Society publication, Publication (Lebanon County Historical Society (Lebanon County, Pa.)) -- v. 2, no. 2|
|Contributions||Heilman, Samuel P., 1842-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57-97 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||97|
Light's Fort was built in by Johannes Peter Leicht [John Light] (). Light's Fort is the oldest standing building of any kind in the county and city of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. John Light, an immigrant, purchased the land on Decem , from Caspar Wistar, and wife, Katherine, of the City of Philadelphia, Brass Button Maker, for 82 pounds and 4 shillings. Early Families of Lancaster, Lebanon and Dauphin Counties, Pennsylvania. Regular price $ Pennsylvania Births: Lebanon County, -
The Paxton Boys. In the aftermath of the French and Indian War, antagonism grew between the native tribes and the European settlers who were encroaching on . Unfortunately, relations with the French and their Indian allies became increasingly hostile and by erupted in numerous attacks on frontier settlements of Virginia and Pennsylvania. By , the French and Indian War was in full swing, and the Greenbrier settlements a key target for Indian attack.
Lebanon County’s recorded history dates back to the s. But the Lebanon County Historical Society has a storied history of its own. LCHS was formed on Janu by a group of concerned community leaders, and it held its first official meeting at the Lebanon County Courthouse a . During the French and Indian War, Lancaster's gunsmiths and other artisans were hard at work turning out the materials of war. Still earlier, the Pennsylvania rifle, later known as the "Kentucky rifle" when carried into the Ohio Valley, was developed in Lancaster County.
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During the French and Indian war, notwithstanding, there was a line of provincial forts extending along the frontiers of Dauphin, Lebanon and Berks counties, intended as defenses against the incursions of the savages, and as places of security, many of the inhabitants of this part of the country were most cruelly murdered, their houses burnt.
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M Richards. The Penn's Creek massacre was an Octo raid by Lenape (Delaware) Native Americans on a settlement along Penn's Creek, a tributary of the Susquehanna River in central Pennsylvania.
It was the first of a series of deadly raids on Pennsylvania settlements by Native Americans allied with the French in the French and Indian War. Of the 26 settlers they found living on Penn's Creek, the Attack type: Indian massacre, kidnapping.
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Bomberger --The journal of Lieut. Philip Marzloff of Ft. Swatara / Ralph S. Shay --Early settlers in the "Hohi" / Alice Behney Spayd --The Paxton boys / James A. Dibert. |a Indian capti |a United States |x History |y French and Indian War, |a Pennsylvania |z Lebanon Co.
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II, no. The French and Indian War in Pennsylvania, Fortification and Struggle During the War for Empire: Authors: Louis M. Waddell, Bruce Bomberger, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission: Publisher: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Jan 2, ISBN.
The years surrounding the French-Indian War were especially brutal for the Lebanon Valley. Forts were constructed in an attempt to stop Indian attacks, but regardless, they continued until The Revolutionary War was another significant event in the history of the Lebanon Valley—British and Hessian prisoners were held captive in the.
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Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Richards, H. United States > History > French and Indian War, Pennsylvania > Lebanon Co. > H. Tags: Add Tag. No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!. THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR SCHUYLKILL COUNTY Pennsylvania has many beautiful rolling mountains stretching for many miles.
One of the most picturesque is the long length of the Blue Mountain that stretches from Hamburg in the east to the Swatara gap as it. Annviile, Annvilletown was laid out by Mr. Abra- ham Miller. Heidelberg township was erected. Indians held title to all within Lebanon County until this year.
French and Indian war broke out. Indians joined the French, and committed many murders; carried away women and children, and burned their homes. About to Fort Swatara () - A settler built stockaded blockhouse established during the French & Indian War in by Peter Hedrick in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.
Improved and commanded by Captain Frederick ned as a fortification in Also known as Smith's Fort and Captain Frederick Smith's Fort. : Lebanon County in the French and Indian War: A Compilation of Stories, Everything Else.
The book follows Klaus Greenywalt, a fictional Mennonite protagonist, through the county's beginnings and role in the French and Indian War as he struggles to maintain a. → At Weiser and Boone homesteads, they're remaking history | WEEKEND The French and Indian War will be returning this Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.
at the Conrad Weiser and Daniel Boone Homesteads in Berks County as part of the state's Charter Day. PA Trails of History Sites and Museums across the state will be offering FREE admission on Sunday, March 4 in celebration of the the day in Forts of the French and Indian War: Home Map of Fort Locations Key Characters > > Resources Links Contact List of Pennsylvania's Forts Zeller's Fort - Newmanstown, Lebanon County; Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates.
History of the early settlement of the Juniata Valley: embracing an account of the early pioneers and the trials and privations incident to the settlement of the valley: predatory incursions, massacres, and abductions by the Indians during the French and Indian wars, and the War of the Revolution &c.
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Light’s Fort is a survivor from all the factors of early American history.” Read More: Nation’s first whiskey distillery was in Lebanon County, but today not much remains of site that Washington may have visited.