3 edition of Indians in Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Hunter, William A., Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.|
|LC Classifications||E78.P4 W15 1964, E78P4 W15 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
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Paul A. Wallace (d. ) was a noted anthropologist and historian who served on the staff of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission from to He was the author of numerous volumes on the history of the Indians in Pennsylvania during the s, ’50s, and ’ by: This is a well researched and excellently presented book on Native American history within what today is Pennsylvania.
The Lenni Lenape, which means Real/Original People, were the dominant Indian tribe in /5(16). Indians in Pennsylvania. Since its original pub. inthis book has been one of the best & most popular histories of the Indians of PA.
This edition updates some factual content while retaining the author¿s original interpretation.5/5(2). Indians in Pennsylvania (Anthropological Series (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission)) The classic study of the history of Pennsylvania's Indians from the time of /5.
Sympathetic and balanced, this book has long been considered one of the best books on the Indian peoples of Pennsylvania. This classic study of the history of Pennsylvania’s Indians, from the time of the European contact forward, was originally published in COVID Resources.
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Indians in Pennsylvania. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, (OCoLC) Online version: Wallace, Paul A.W. Indians in Pennsylvania. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource.
But one book which does a decent job is Indians in Pennsylvania by Paul A. Wallace, a volume I happened to pick up in one of the Pennsylvania museums. Book Product Details (from ) Paperback: pages Publisher: Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission; 2 Rev Sub edition (April ) ISBN ISBN The book is called,”The Indian Chiefs of Pennsylvania.” written by C.
Hale Sipe in I grew up on a farm in Berks Co. and developed my interest about the native Americans from finding arrowheads and other relics in the fields. According to conservative estimate the Indian population of Pennsylvania was ab at the time of the first English settlement; but by white encroachment and conquest had reduced it to little more than 1, The Powhatan Nanticoke, who entered the Province from Maryland in ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Series Title: Anthropological series (Pennsylvania. Book Review: Indians in Pennsylvania. By Paul A. Wallace. Western Pennsylvania History: - Western Pennsylvania History: - Current Archives Online publishing support for Western Pennsylvania Indians in Pennsylvania book is provided by the Penn Author: James L.
Swauger. Paul A. Wallace (d. ) was a noted anthropologist and historian who served on the staff of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission from to He was the author of numerous volumes on the history of the Indians in Pennsylvania during the s, ’50s, and ’60s/5(8).
Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Current Archives AboutAuthor: Charles M. Stotz. The Ultimate Guide to Indian Artifact Hunting. An Indians in Pennsylvania book is a man who's made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field.
ABOVE: Rice Lobed point made from Reed's Spring Chert. BELOW: What a day!!. 7 smokers, a new record!!!. WHOA. My Book is Printed and Bound. by DiggyPod in Michigan. SMALL BUSINESS!!. OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: The origin of Pennsylvania's Indians --The Susquehannocks and their western neighbors --The Delaware: physical appearance and dress --Delaware villages and houses --Delaware occupations --Delaware travel --Delaware warfare --Delaware government and social organization --The Delaware life cycle.
Indians in Pennsylvania. Harrisburg: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Paul A W Wallace; Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Commonly referred to simply as Logan, he was born a son of the Iroqouis statesman, Shickellamy.
According to Paul A.W. Wallace in his book, Indians In Pennsylvania, the following information is known about John Logan. Shickellamy is believed to have been born to a French father and a Cayuga mother.
This classic study of the history of Pennsylvania's Indians, from the time of the European contact forward, was originally published in This second edition has been revised and updated to incorporate more modern content while keeping Wallace's classic voice and unique perspective.
All very interesting stuff. THE INDIAN WARS of PENNSYLVANIA. An Account of the Indian Events, in Pennsylvania, of The French and Indian War, Pontiac s War, Lord Dunmore's War, The Revolutionary War and the Indian Uprising from to Tragedies of the Pennsylvania /5(11).
Book Review: Indians in Pennsylvania. By Paul A. Wallace Book Reviews. Published October 1, Edgar W. Moore + Author: Edgar W. Moore. Bymost Indians whose original homelands were within Pennsylvania's borders had moved out of the state to new homes in Ohio, Canada, or farther west.
With the exception of a small Seneca community living in the northwest corner of the state, there were no officially recognized reservations or self-governing Indian communities remaining. The Indian Chiefs of Pennsylvania, or a Story of the Part Played by the American Indian in the History of Pennsylvania: Based Primarily on the the Outstanding Chiefs (Classic Reprint) C.
Hale Sipe. Paperback. $Cited by: 4. Paleo-Indians The first people to live in Pennsylvania were part of the earliest waves of human migration into the Western Hemisphere. They came to the Americas during the end of the last Ice Age (ab to 10, years ago), when lower ocean levels exposed the Bering Land Bridge between Siberia and Alaska.
History of Berks County, Pennsylvania. Source: J. Wallace Luckenbill, Fleetwood Junior High School Lectures, Hundreds of years ago, great forests of very old trees grew in the gentle valleys, on the rolling hills, and on the steep mountains of what is now Berks County.
The Indian wars of Pennsylvania an account of the Indian events, in Pennsylvania, of the French and Indian war, Pontiac's war, Lord Dunmore's war, the revolutionary war, and the Indian uprising from to tragedies of the Pennsylvania frontier.5/5(1).
The Indians of Berks County, Pa: Being a Summary of All the Tangible Records of the Aborigines of Berks County, with Cuts and Descriptions of the Varieties of Relics Found Within the County: Author: David B.
Brunner: Edition: 2: Publisher: Eagle Book Print, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Length: In the years prior to the Revolutionary War, the frontier of Pennsylvania, the mountains and valleys near to and just west of the Susquehanna River, was dangerous territory.
For years the French and the English competed for control of these lands, and the help of the native American indians. The Penn's Creek massacre was an Octo raid by Lenape (Delaware) Native Americans on a settlement along Penn's Creek, a tributary of the Susquehanna River in central Pennsylvania.
It was the first of a series of deadly raids on Pennsylvania settlements by Native Americans allied with the French in the French and Indian War.
Of the 26 settlers they found living on Penn's Creek, the Coordinates: 40°48′49″N 76°51′22″W / °N. The book examines the Indians who lived in the area’s three major river basins — Delaware, Susquehanna and Ohio — from the Paleoindian period, the earliest known time of Indian life here.
The French and Indian War in Pennsylvania Overview: The French and Indian War in Pennsylvania Ina party of six Shawnee Indians and four Frenchmen attacked the homestead of the Jemison family on Marsh Creek, near modern-day Chambersburg.
Among those killed was the Delaware Indian Captain Jacobs, who lived in a two-story log house in Kittanning (site at Market Street). Blanket Hill, east of Kittanning, was a stopping point for troops en route to attack the Indians and the site of an army defeat when a returning party encountered an large Indian.
The history of Pennsylvania begins in when William Penn received a royal deed from King Charles II of England, although human activity in the region precedes that area was home to the Lenape, Susquehannock, Iroquois, Erie, Shawnee, Arandiqiouia, and other American Indian tribes.
Most of these tribes were driven off or reduced to remnants as a result of diseases, such as smallpox. Captured By Indians, Printer Friendly Version >>> M ary Jemison was born on the ship that brought her Irish parents, brothers and sisters to America in A few years later her family moved from Philadelphia to a homestead on the Pennsylvania frontier.
The family toiled on the edge of civilization transforming the wilderness to. The Northkill Amish Settlement was established in in Berks County, the first identifiable Amish community in the new world, it was the foundation of Amish settlement in the the s it had become the largest Amish settlement, but.
The Indian Wars of Pennsylvania, is the most complete and documented book on the history of the Indian wars on America s Eastern Frontier. Originally published in and revised inIndian Wars is based primarily on the Pennsylvania Archives and Colonial Records/5(5).
My ancestor Jacob Hochstetler was born in in Echery near St. Marie-aux-Mines in Alsace, where his family had settled in the late s. He was twenty-six years old when he arrived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 9,aboard the Charming Nancy.
The Western theater of the American Revolutionary War (–) was the area of conflict west of the Appalachian Mountains, the region which became the Northwest Territory of the United States as well as the states of Kentucky, Tennessee, and western war was fought primarily between American Indians with their British allies in Detroit, and American settlers south and east of Location: Ohio Valley and Great Lakes region.
Indiana is a borough in and the county seat of Indiana County in the U.S. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The population at the census, and since has been part of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area after being a long time part of the Pittsburgh Media a is also the principal city of the Indiana, PA Micropolitan Statistical : Indiana.
White settlers kept moving into the region and easily outnumbered the small Indian population. The Kittanning Trail was essentially abandoned by “Bymost Indians whose original homelands were within Pennsylvania’s borders had moved out of the state to new homes in Ohio, Canada, or farther west.
The Hochstetler Massacre By C.Z. MAST This sketch contains excerpts from “Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler, ” compiled and published by the late Rev. Harvey Hochstetler, D.D., of Council Bluffs, Iowa. Rev. Hochstetler was a personal friend of the writer and we were in correspondence for more than a quarter century.
The emigrant ancestor, Jacob Hochstetler, [ ].On the European side, "Indian-hating" became an acceptable means of addressing the presence of Indians within Pennsylvania's borders.
Although the Quakers and Moravians tried to restore peace, the majority of Pennsylvania's white inhabitants increasingly regarded all Indians as degenerate savages fit only for death or exile.The Indian Wars of Pennsylvania, is the most complete and documented book on the history of the Indian wars on America s Eastern Frontier.
Originally published in and revised inIndian Wars is based primarily on the Pennsylvania Archives and Colonial Records.5/5(1).