3 edition of Narrative of the massacre at Chicago, August 15, 1812 found in the catalog.
Narrative of the massacre at Chicago, August 15, 1812
Kinzie, John H. Mrs.
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 18321, Nineteenth century American literature and history|
|Contributions||Kinzie, John H., Mrs., 1806-1870.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago [Saturday] Aug , and of Some Preceding Events Kinzie, Juliette A. Chicago: Fergus. This volume is basically a reprint of an edition, with the addition of a genealogy of the Kinzie family in America, and an essay, “John Kinzie, A Sketch” by Eleanor Lytle Kinzie Gordon. Mrs. massacre. She was related by marriage to the Kinzie fam 1Mi\o M. Quaife, Chicago and the Old Northwest, (Chi cago, ), 2 Ibid., 3 Ibid., 4 Ibid., 5 Mrs. Juliette A. Kinzie, Wau Bun or the Early Day in the North west (Chicago, ). 6 Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago, Aug , and of.
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Narrative of the massacre at Chicago, Aug , and of some preceding events [by Juliette Augusta (Magill) Kinzie] Kinzie, John H. Mrs. [ Book: ] . Chicago Timeline: Battle of Fort Dearborn by ChiPubLib_Government - a staff-created list: Selective list of materials available in Chicago Public Library. Aug Potawatomi and other Indian warriors allied with the British, attack and kill 52 of the 95 people attempting to evacuate Fort Dearborn, take others as prisoners of war and burn Fort Dearborn to the ground.
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491OO ifflKB mmm SURYEY -IRumber BY JULIETTE AUGUSTA (MAGILL) KINZIE SECOND EDITION For Catalogue, See Inside and Last Pages of Cover. Narrative of the massacre at Chicago Augand of some preceding events. Chicago, Fergus printing company, (OCoLC) Named Person: Kinsey family.; Kinsey family.
Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John H Kinzie, Mrs.; John Kinzie; George Harris Fergus; Eleanor Lytle Kinzie Gordon. FERGUS*HISTORICALSERIES.—No.3O.
NARRATIVE OFTHE MASSACREATCHICAGO [Saturday],August15, ANDOF SOMEPRECEDINGEVENTS. [by JULIETTEAUGUSTA(MAGILL)KINZIK.
“Chicago, in ” Juliette Augusta Magill Kinzie. From Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago, Augand of Some Preceding Events, Image Item Information. Get this from a library. Narrative of the massacre at Chicago, Aug and of some preceding events.
[John H Kinzie, Mrs.]. The Battle of Fort Dearborn (sometimes called the Fort Dearborn Massacre) was an engagement between United States troops and Potawatomi Native Americans that occurred on Augnear Fort Dearborn in what is now Chicago, Illinois (at that time, wilderness in the Illinois Territory).The battle, which occurred during the War offollowed the evacuation of the fort as ordered by the Location: Present-day Chicago, Illinois.
The True Story of the Deadly Encounter at Fort Dearborn For nearly two centuries, the events that transpired in Chicago on Aughad been known as the Fort Dearborn Massacre. chicago massacre of with illustrations and historical documents.
joseph kirkland. author of "the story of chicago," "zury, the meanest man in spring county," "the mc veys, an episode," "the captain of company k," etc. chicago. the dibble publishing company.
dearborn street. «4». Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago Saturday Augand of Some Preceding Events: John Kinzie, Mrs John H Kinzie, Eleanor Lytle Kinzie Gordon: Books - In Kinzie published Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago, Augand of Some Preceding Events, anonymously, but acknowledged authorship soon after publication.
Her second book Wau-Bun: The "Early Day" in the North West, extended her first book. Narrative of the massacre at Chicago, Augand of some preceding events by Kinzie, John H. Mrs. 1 edition - first published in Read Listen. Narrative of the massacre at Chicago Saturday Aug Narrative of the suffering and defeat of the North-western army.
New York City and Vicinity During the War of vols.1+2. Notes on the war in the south. Notices of the War of Vols.1+2. Officers of the British forces in Canada Official history of the 13th Battalion.
Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago, Augand of Some Preceding Events [Juliette A. Kinzie] * Chicago: Ellis & Fergus, Ann Durkin Keating. Juliette Augusta Magill (–70) was born in Middletown, : University of Chicago Press. Juliette Augusta Magill Kinzie included Chicago in as the frontispiece to her book Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago.
At the time of the War ofChicago consisted of a small number of American soldiers, Indians, Indian agents, French and British traders, and farms clustered around Fort Dearborn at the mouth of the Chicago River.
The Chicago massacre of a historical and biographical narrative of Fort Dearborn (now Chicago): how the fort and city were begun, and who were the beginners. Chicago: Alhambra Book Co., c Eleanor Kinzie Gordon, 81, fifth white child born in Chicago, granddaughter of John Kinzie, died in Savannah, Ga.
Chas. Kravits, 10, Washburne av., kicked by pony. May die. May die. Emil Feltskag, Cleveland av.f hurt Street car hit auto. Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago, Saturday, Augand of 1 copy; Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago, Saturday, Aug 1 copy; Wau-Bun, the "early Day" of the North-West 1 copy; Walter Ogilby a novel 1 copy.
In the version of events Kinzie's daughter-in-law Juliette published in 's Narrative of the Massacre at Chicago, Augand of Some Preceding Events and Author: Paul Dailing. On Aug — exactly years ago today — the event traditionally called the Fort Dearborn Massacre took place.
Before there was Chicago, there was Fort Dearborn.The Chicago Massacre of With Illustrations and Historical Documents by Joseph Kirkland, Published: The Dibble Publishing Company, Chicago J J J J J I I I I I Table of Contents Author’s Preface PART I Saturday, August Fifteenth, — Narratives of the Massacre.