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December 1959
610 pages  
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6 x 9
9780822983590
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Anthony Wayne
A Name in Arms
Knopf, Richard
A thorough account of the third campaign of the Indian Wars (1790-1795) told through the correspondence of Major General Anthony Wayne and the three Secretaries of War under whom he served. The campaign was instrumental in securing the area north and west of the Ohio river, from Pittsburgh to Detroit, for settlement.

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Richard C. Knopf was a historian for the Anthony Wayne Parkway Board in Columbus, OH, and the editor or coeditor of several publications, including Campaign into the wilderness: the Wayne-Knox-Pickering-McHenry correspondence, and the Executive Journal of the Northwest Territory.
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Richard C. Knopf presents a thorough account of the third campaign of the Indian Wars (1790-1795) told through the correspondence of Major General Anthony Wayne and the three Secretaries of War under whom he served: Knox, Pickering, and McHenry. Knopf relates the international implications of these wars from outset to treaty signing, and their importance to the security and settlement of the American frontier north and west of the Ohio River, from Pittsburgh to Detroit-and the monumental role Anthony Wayne played in this effort.
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