Catalog Record: A biographical sketch of the life of the late Captain Michael Cresap | Hathi Trust Digital Library


A biographical sketch of the life of the late Captain Michael Cresap ... By John J. Jacob.

Main Author: Jacob, John J. 1758?-1839.
Related Names: Clark, George Rogers 1752-1818.
Language(s): English
Published: Cincinnati, O., Re-printed from the Cumberland ed. of 1826, with notes and appendix for W. Dodge, by J. F. Uhlhorn, steam job printer, 1866.
Subjects: Jefferson, Thomas, > 1743-1826. > Notes on the state of Virginia.
Cresap, Michael, > 1742-1775.
Note: With this is bound: A journal of Wayne's campaign ... By Lieutenant Boyer.
"General Clark's account": p. [154]-158.
A defense of Capt. Cresap, contradicting the statements made by T. Jefferson in his "Notes" on the state of Virginia."
First published in 1826.
Physical Description: 158 p. 25 x 22 cm.
ISBN: 0405028636
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