The Life and Times of Patrick Gass, Now Sole Survivor of the overland Expedition to the Pacific, Under Lewis and Clark in 1804-5-6, Also A Soldier in the War with Great Britian, from 1812 to 1815,

By: Jacob, J. G.

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Title Continued...and a participant in the Battle of Lundy's Lane. Together with Gass's journal of the expedition condensed, and also sketches of some events occurring during the last century in the upper Ohio country, Biographies, Reminiscences, ETC. 280 pages, The first 193 pages of the book centers around Patrick Gass and his life history up to the publication date of 1858, at which time he was still alive. The remainder of the book contains 7 chapters of the history of the U.S. focusing mainly on the Ohio Territory. Civil History, Washington's expeditions, Fort Necessity. The Indians and their policy. Indian War of 1768, bounties for scalps, the Six Nations. Braddock's expedition of 1775. Pontiac's War of 1763. Settlements, Titles and Boundaries. Religious Characteristics. Schools & Colleges. Internal Improvements, The Whiskey Rebellion. Also included is an account of the War of 1812, Expeditions to find railroad routes to California, and the character and descriptions of the Indians in the West.

Title: The Life and Times of Patrick Gass, Now Sole Survivor of the overland Expedition to the Pacific, Under Lewis and Clark in 1804-5-6, Also A Soldier in the War with Great Britian, from 1812 to 1815,

Author Name: Jacob, J. G.

Categories: Lewis and Clark,

Publisher: Mansfield Centre, Lone Wolf Press: 2000

ISBN Number: 157898274X

ISBN Number 13: 9781578982745

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Type: Book

Seller ID: 2982

Keywords: Lewis and Clark, Mountain Men, Fur Trade, Thomas Jefferson, expeditions, exploration, Mandans, Sioux, Indians, overland travel, Patrick Gass, War of 1812, Braddock's Expedition, George Washington, Fort Necessity