6 edition of Fort Wayne during the Canal era 1828-1855 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Charles R. Poinsatte.|
|Series||Indiana historical collections,, v. 46|
|LC Classifications||F534.F7 P6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 284 p.|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||73630641|
Full text of "ERIC ED Renaissance in the Heartland: The Indiana Experience--Images and ys in Geography Series Title No. " See other formats. The account book of Joseph Stebbins, Jr., running from (mostly and ) and in 1 volume of pp., gives a very good portrait of farm laboring during the colonial period in .
Tax List Book Image of left page Image of right page There was no Tax List Book for , although there are a few entries in the book for the year Thomas P. Arvin, about 30 years old, still owns his 75 acres. The land is assessed at $ per acre this year, and Thomas’s total assessed value is $ Papers include the memorandum book and journal of Capt. McAfee's Mounted Co., 19 May - 21 May , describing his service under William H. Harrison and Richard M. Johnson during the War of , orders issued, the campaign into Canada, and the Battle of the Thames; his handwritten narrative of his service in the war from 13 Sept.
- Erie Canal. The Erie Canal connects Albany, on the Hudson River, to Buffalo, at Lake Erie. It is built to create a navigable water route from New York City and the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes. In it is the second longest canal in the world (after the Grand Canal in China). - Bridgewater Township, Michigan. Quantity 18 linear feet Collection Number MS Summary The Madeline R. McQuown papers () contain some of McQuown's research and works. While the collection does contain some of McQuown's more personal works, such as some of her poetry, .
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Fort Wayne during the Canal era, a study of a western community in the middle period of American history. Indiana Historical Bureau. OCLC Location: Bluffton Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana. The Wabash & Erie canal was 4 feet deep and feet wide as this point. Other locks were at First St. and Byron St.
The Canal was completed from Fort Wayne to Huntington on July 3,and from Toledo to Evansville, miles, in The Canal preceded. Travel accounts of Indiana, ; a collection of observations by wayfaring foreigners, itinerants, and peripatetic hoosiers. Compiled by Shirley S. McCord. Format Book Published [Indianapolis] Indiana Historical Bureau, Description ix, p.
maps (on lining papers) 24 cm. Uniform series. Fort Wayne during the Canal Era, A Study of a Western Community in the Middle Period of American History. By Charles R. Poinsatte. Indiana Historical Collections, Volume in his book, that the canal was the key to Fort Wayne's development during the "middle period." But his.
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Indiana Historical Bureau, Indianapolis. Poinsatte, C. ().Cited by: 1. It is interesting to note that the first steam powered mill in Allen County, Indiana, was erected inand the boiler for the mill had to be dragged by eight yoke of oxen from Dayton, Ohio. [Charles R. Poinsatte, Fort Wayne During the Canal Era (), p.
Fort Wayne During the Canal Era, – A Study of a Western Community in the Middle Period of American History. By Charles R. Poinsatte. (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Bureau, xi + pp. Maps, illustrations, tables, notes, appendix, and index.
Kekionga (meaning "blackberry bush") also known as KiskakonCharles R. Poinsatte, Fort Wayne During the Canal EraIndianapolis: Indiana Historical Bureau,p. 1 or Pacan's Village, was the capital of the Miami tribe.
New Titles List. Location: Book Stacks A-H ; J-L ; P-Z Level. AM7.T35 Talboys, Graeme K. Diocese of Fort Wayne, September ; a book of historical Fort Wayne, Archer Print. Co., BXW66 x Woodward, Kenneth L.
Making saints: how the Catholic Church determines who becomes a saint, who doesn't, and why.The Chief Jean Baptiste de Richardville House was built near Fort Wayne, Indiana, in Subsidized by the U. S. federal government through the Treaty of Mississinewas, it is believed to be one of only three treaty houses built east of the Mississippi was designated a National Historic Landmark on March 2, Chief Richardville, the principal chief of the Miami from This aristocratic disposition has been noted earlier by Charles R.
Poinsatte in Fort Wayne during the Canal Era A Study of a Western Community in the Middle Period of American History (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Bureau, Indiana Historical Collections vol.