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Conditions of Pennsylvania during the year 1755

a translation of a French pamphlet found in the Ducal Library at Gotha, Germany, read before the Pennsylvania-German Society
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Society of Friends -- Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania -- History -- French and Indian War, 1755-1763, Pennsylvania -- Politics and government -- To

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Other titlesBraddock expedition.
Statementby Julius F. Sachse at Lancaster, Penna., November 13, 1914.
ContributionsLa Ville, Jean-Ignace de, 1690-1774, tr., Sachse, Julius Friedrich, 1842-1919.
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LC ClassificationsF146 .P23
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Pagination38 p.
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Open LibraryOL6670409M
LC Control Number24025452
OCLC/WorldCa6155181

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Sachse, Julius Friedrich, Conditions of Pennsylvania during the year ; a translation of a French pamphlet found in the Ducal Library at Gotha, Germany, read before the Pennsylvania-German Society, (Lancaster, Pa., [Press of the New Era Print.

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A brief view of the conduct of Pennsylvania, for the year so far as it affected the general service of the British colonies, particularly the expedition under the late General Braddock: with an account of the shocking inhumanities, committed by incursions of the Indians upon the province in October and November, which occasioned a body of the inhabitants to come down, while the.

New York: Penguin Books, Waddell, Louis M. and Bomberger, Bruce. The Conditions of Pennsylvania during the year 1755 book and Indian War in Pennsylvania – Fortification and Struggle during the War for Empire.

Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Ward, Matthew C. Breaking the Backcountry: The Seven Years' War in Virginia and Pennsylvania. This essay investigates economic connections between Virginia frontier settlements and Pennsylvania during the period – We explore how.

Pennsylvania. The largest wave of German immigration to Pennsylvania occurred during the years but tapered off during the French and Indian Wars and after the American Revolution.

The wars in the colonies and Europe combined with rising land prices made it difficult to attract German immigrants, especially those with families.

NAZARETH TRACT WITH THE ADJACENT LANDS, a manuscript map online at the Bethelehem Digital History Project and dated It is a land ownership map of the Nazereth, Pennsylvania region. FAIT AU FORT DUQUESNE LE 15 AVILLE This French manuscript map (Stotz II) was prepared by Canadian military engineer Joseph-Gaspard.

Pennsylvania Assembly: Reply to the Governor Printed in Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives, – (Philadelphia, ), pp. 19– Upon learning of Indian attacks at Penn’s Creek and other places in the Susquehanna Valley, Governor Morris summoned the Assembly for Nov.

3, During the French and Indian War, Pennsylvania settlers experienced raids from Indian allies of the French. The settlers' pleas for military relief were stymied by a power struggle in Philadelphia between Governor Robert Morris and the Pennsylvania Assembly.

Filed under: Pennsylvania -- History -- Colonial period, ca. -- Sources Documents Relating to the History of the Dutch and Swedish Settlements on the Delaware River (volume 12 of a larger series on the history of New York; Albany: Argus Co., ), ed.

by Berthold Fernow (multiple formats at ). InBritish America was years old—over a century and a half in existence. From a quarter million people inits mainland colonies had grown by a factor of eight, in seven decades, to over two million in 1 Where England had been the new kid on the block inwhen Jamestown was founded, by the Kingdom of Great Britain was the dominant imperial power in North America.

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In addition to engraved published maps, a large number of manuscript maps of the Ohio valley region were made during the decade.

Some describe the adventures of George Washington (), and the armies of General Edward Braddock () and General John Forbes () in western Pennsylvania. Books shelved as pennsylvania-history: The Johnstown Flood by David McCullough, In the Seven Mountains: Legends Collected in Central Pennsylvania by Henr.

BaCkCountry, – Turk McCleskey and James C. Squire Abstract: This essay investigates economic connections between Virginia frontier settlements and Pennsylvania during the period – We explore how frontier debtors in remote Augusta County, Virginia, acquired Pennsylvania monetary obligations, what happened when.

Dispossessed Delaware, angered Shawnee, and sympathetic Seneca banded together in western Pennsylvania and Ohio, and took an important part in the Indian uprisings from to During the French and Indian War, the Six Nations as a confederacy remained neutral, although the Seneca, or Mingo, in the region were drawn into the struggle.

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Between the years and Massachusetts alone supplied o men for the colonial army (Morgan). Terms and Conditions of Enlistment Colonial soldiers served under different conditions than the men who served in the British regular army.

A term of enlistment for colonial servicemen was usually measured in months, not years. In Pennsylvania-German Society. Proceedings and addresses, v. This item belongs to: texts/PennsylvaniaGermans. This item has files of the following types: Abbyy GZ, Animated GIF, Archive BitTorrent, DjVu, DjVuTXT, Djvu XML, Dublin Core, Grayscale LuraTech PDF, MARC, MARC Binary, MARC Source, Metadata, Scandata, Single Page Original JP2 Tar, Single Page Processed JP2 ZIP.

Pennsylvania Counties in In Aprilthe French began building Fort Duquesne on the site of the small British Fort Prince George at the beginning of the French and Indian War (AKA Seven Years' War).

The Braddock expedition, a British attempt to take Fort Duquesne, met with defeat at the Battle of the Monongahela at present-day Braddock, Pennsylvania.

It came to mind that during the French and Indian War this stretch of the Blue Mountain would play a very significant part. Anything north of the Blue Mountain was the frontier in the mid seventeen hundreds and only a very few hardy Author: Stu Richards. Penn's successors were not so principled.

Fraudulent land purchases by Penn's heirs, such as the Walking Purchase ofhad disillusioned eastern Delawares, and the incoming tide of Scots-Irish newcomers convinced many Indians in the Susquehanna Valley to relocate further west to the Ohio Country, where they could live apart from colonial neighbors and still find bountiful game for the fur.

The governor sent a small force under young George Washington to capture the French post, Fort Duquesne (the present site of Pittsburgh). The expedition failed and withdrew for the winter. In General Braddock, who had been sent from England with a strong force of British regular soldiers, was heavily defeated near Fort Duquesne.

Registers begin in Private Marriage Register of Rev. Thomas Barton, in York County, Pennsylvania in "Private Church Registers toYork County, Pennsylvania" at Ancestry ($).St.

James Church, Lancaster, Baptism Index and in International Genealogical Index at FamilySearch. Designed to make high-quality scholarship accessible for students, the Pennsylvania History Series has been published since and now features more than thirty titles that advance the mission of the PHA by engaging with key social, political, and cultural issues in the history of the state and region.

Now, an exciting new partnership with Temple. Mittelberger, Gottleb, Gottleb Mittelberger's Journey to Pennsylvania in the Year and Return to Germany in the year (published by the German Society of Pennsylvania ) How To Cite This Article: "Passage To America, ," EyeWitness to History.

The following excerpt from Pennsylvania Germans, A Persistent Minority by William T. Parsons is posted for its excellent discussion of conditions confronting early 18th century German immigrants on the voyage to America and upon arrival at the Port of Philadelphia.

It is probable that these or similar conditions were experienced by our Mosier and Culp immigrant ancestors. Rev. Daniel Hertz was born in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, on Ap In he began his pastoral work. During the period of to he served in the following German Reformed congregations: New Holland Muddy Creek Bethany, Ephrata Zion Kissel Hill Hellers Seldenrich Center He.

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The Mixed Multitude: Jacob Frank and the Frankist Movement, (Jewish Culture and Contexts)Cited by: Source: History of Berks County, Pennsylvania, by Morton Montgomery, pub.pp. During this war, the Indians killed about one hundred and fifty, and captured thirty inhabitants of the county.

Several of those who were taken captive returned after the war.