3 edition of Captain Logan, Blair County"s Indian chief found in the catalog.
Captain Logan, Blair County"s Indian chief
Henry W. Shoemaker
|Statement||by Henry W. Shoemaker ...|
|LC Classifications||E90.L82 S55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 3-40 p.|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||15025486|
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Most widely held works about Henry W Shoemaker Popularizing Pennsylvania: Henry W. Shoemaker and the progressive uses of folklore and history by Simon J Bronner (Book); Henry W. Shoemaker: Pennsylvania folklorist by Miriam E Dickey (). Chief Logan. Logan, the county seat of Hocking County, was named in honor of Chief Logan of the Mingo Indian tribe. Excerpted from the account. Thrilling Adventures Among the American Indians by Edward S. Ellis, Some indicate that the Mingo were part of the Iroquois (Seneca) that left the Iroquois between and and migrated to Western Pennsylvania, the Ohio Country and West.
LOGAN'S SPRING - Large spring on Gilbert Watts' farm, near Hensheytown, where Indian Captain Logan lived. LOGAN'S SPRING - Large spring in Tyrone, where Indian Captain Logan lived. LOGANTOWN - Old section of Altoona, now in Seventh Ward. LOGAN TOWNSHIP - Established , from Allegheny and Antis Townships. Population, , 8, of the Indian, Captain Logan. Captain Logan was an Indian who was friendly to the white settlers of the Blair County region during the Revolu-tionary War period. Although not mentioned in the history of the chapter which was included in the Year Book of the Pennsylvania Society, SAR, the historical impact that the Logan Valley played in.
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Image 15 of Captain Logan, Blair County's Indian chief; a biography, I. PREFACE. S EVERAL years have passed on before sufficient materials could be secured by the writer to piece together a biography of Captain Logan, the CayugaChief.
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Captain John Logan, aided only by Christianity of the most nebulous form, surrounded 6 Logan and His Great-Grand Nieces CAPTAIN LOGAN, BLAIR COUNTY’S INDIAN CHIEF 7 by schemers and oppressors, stands forth as one of the most Christian-like characters in the entire gamut of history.
Ray Metz in his article, The History Of this Territory Prior Toin the book, Blair County's First Hundred Yearsprovided the following information on the Logans. Captain (John) Logan was of the Cayuga tribe and was educated by Moravian missionaries. Captain Logan, Blair County's Indian chief by Henry W.
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Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by George. August 4, | History. An edition of Captain Logan, Blair County's Indian chief () Captain Logan, Blair County's Indian chief. In this book an effort has been made to lead the reader to a better understanding of our county history.
Hence special emphasis has been laid upon the various incidents in the life of the people who lived, loved and labored in Blair County and have passed on to the future land of promise, leaving to us, their posterity, a rich heritage of words.
CAPTAIN LOGAN Blair County's Indian Chief – A Biography by Henry W. date: Captain Logan, Blair County's Indian chief; a biography: The Cumberland Valley and the Highland regiments: an address by Henry W. Shoemaker before the Kittochtinny historical society, Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, Ap Eldorado found: the central Pennsylvania highlands: a tourist's survey: Elizabethan days: In the Seven Mountains.
Captain Johnny Logan: The Indian who was killed and is buried in Defiance at the Defiance public library yard or fort grounds. In SeptemberCaptain Benjamin Logan of Kentucky captured a young Indian boy about the age of 14 during a raid across the Ohio River on the Machachac Tribe towns of the Shawnee Nation.
Circa Chief Logan was murdered by another Indian, possibly his own nephew. Though not attending himself, Chief Logan sent a famous speech to a peace conference in Ohio in This speech became known as "Logan's Lament", and a phrase of it appears on his grave monument: to wit, "Who Is There To Mourn For Logan".
When cap py TARRING S. DAVIS, Former Superintendent of Blair County Public Schools and Editor of History of Blair County. Henry W. Shoemaker, state archivist of Pennsylvania, who writes "This Morning’s Comment’ in the Altoona Tribune, in published a biography of "Captain Logan, Blair County’s Indian Chief.”.
Boy Scout history of Ross County and Chief Logan Council, by Blaun W Sigler | Jan 1, Unknown Binding Out of Print--Limited Availability. Lives of Famous Indian Chiefs Powhatan Pontiac Logan Little Turtle Tecumseh Black Hawk Sitting Bull Chief Joseph Geronimo.
by NORMAN WOOD Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide. The book, Captain Logan, Blair County's Indian Chief, was published in The Mirror Printing Company published a page book on Blair County, titled, Altoona Mirror Year Book into cover local happenings and events during.
Chief Logan Circle, Altoona, PA GPS Address: S. 26th Street, GPS Coordinate: W 78º 23’ 55” N 40º 29’ 39”.John Logan Capt., Cayuga Chief () Search. Captain Logan, Blair County's Indian chief Henry W.
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watch.Blair County Blair County was created on Febru from parts of Huntingdon County and Bedford County. The county gets its name from John Blair who was a prominent citizen of the region. Two early settlers, Adam and William Holliday, are credited for the name of the county seat, Hollidaysburg, incorporated on Aug