2 edition of Early times in the Susquehanna found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Elmer, Sarah (Perkins), Mrs|
|LC Classifications||F157.S8 P4 1906|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||06028410|
The series highlights narratives of Native Americans in the region, of early cultural exchange between Natives and Europeans, of river towns and coal towns, of early mills as an impetus toward industrialization, of the watershed’s natural history, and of literary definitions of North American nature emanating from the Susquehanna frontier. History of that part of the Susquehanna and Juniata valleys, embraced in the counties of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union and Snyder, in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania by Ellis, Franklin, ; Hungerford, Austin N.
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Excerpt from Early Times on the Susquehanna The little volume written by Mrs. George A. Perkins (my mother), containing so much which, except for her, would have been lost, is sacredly preserved. The more recent developments of our section of country have not been touched upon, but are left to the pen of the future historian.2/5(1).
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This book is in black & white2/5(1). Early Times on the Susquehanna Hardcover – January 1, by Mrs. George A. Perkins (Author)Author: Mrs. George A. Perkins. Buy Early Times on the Susquehanna: Read 1 Books Reviews - 2/5(1). He was the principal Surveyor for the Susquehanna Company, and a prominent man among the Connecticut settlers.
His field books say, “Began May 7th,first to take the course of Tioga Creek, at the mouth, and run up to a bend in the creek, to a flat piece of land with buttonwood timber, to the north line of the town.*. Early Times on the Susquehanna - Mrs.
George A. Perkins. Early pioneers gathered at Elmira inAthens in and Owego in to relate the facts and incidents connected with the early settlement of this beautiful region of Pennsylvania.
"Judge McDowell thought we should visit and converse with the few that yet. Title Early times on the Susquehanna Contributor Names Perkins, George A., Mrs., And when seventy years of age she published the historical volume, “Early Times on the Susquehanna,” which was mostly kindly received.
She was led to this work, in part, by the remembrance of the “Old Settlers’ Meeting” which was held at the Presbyterian Church of Athens, Februwhen many distinguished men were present, among them a number of.
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Live Music Archive. Top Full text of "Early times on the Susquehanna". Early times on the Susquehanna by Perkins, George A., Mrs., ; Elmer, Sarah Perkins. This tract, lying south of Ulster, had been surveyed by John Jenkins at an early period, for the Susquehanna Company, and was called the township of Claverack (one of the seventeen townships).
It was situated on both sides of the Susquehanna, and embraced what is now called Wysox and Towanda. Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Perkins, George A., Mrs., Early times on the Susquehanna.
As early as the survey of the township, inwe find on a map of that date public lands appropriated for that object. This lot of several acres was situated north of the Susquehanna Bridge road, the river on the east, and the road leading to Milltown on the west. It was thickly covered with pines on the north.
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Early Times on the Susquehanna by Anna SHEPARD "Perkins" At an early day, and for some time subsequent to the first settlement of the country, the deer were quite numerous. whose inquiring minds had led them to examine military books, were inspired with a martial spirit, and offered themselves willingly in response to the call.
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History is the memory of time, the life of the dead, and the happiness of the livingCAPTAIN JOHN SMITH. In the hot summer of a small short-masted open barge "of neare three tuns burthen," flat-bottomed and cabinless, bobbed on the choppy upper reaches of a long bay which neighboring Indians called "Chesapeake" meaning "Great Water.".Early Times Report Jammu, Feb The Government at present is making hectic efforts to expedite the four-laning of the crucial highways in Jammu and Kashmir with stress being laid to spend the central grants on priority and not to allow the funds to get lapsed.
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