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Narrative of life on the old frontier; Henry Hay's journal from Detroit to the Mississipi [i.e. Miami] River, edited with introduction and notes by M.M. Quaife.

Main Author: Hay, Henry, active 1789.
Related Names: Quaife, Milo Milton 1880-1959.
Language(s): English
Published: Madison, Wis. : State Historical Society, 1915.
Subjects: Frontier and pioneer life > Indiana.
Fort Wayne (Ind.) > History.
Note: "From the Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin for 1914, pages 208-261."
"Note: The title of this document, as printed on the cover, title page, and page 208, should read "Henry Hay's Journal from Detroit to the Miami River." -- Tipped in slip.
Physical Description: [208-261] p. 26 cm.
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