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Too much detail,book could have been one third and told the same story.Published 3 days ago by Dale V. McIntyre
This was like reading a history book of very early American history. I just skimmed through the beginning. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Cheryl
I FELT AS IF THIS MAN WANTED TO GET IT OFF HIS CHEST AND I THINK HE DID A GOOD JOB. HE HAD A ROUGH LIFE AND IS GRATEFUL TO GET THINGS HE LIVED THROUGH OFF HIS CHEST. Read morePublished 29 days ago by trapperdale2
Have enjoyed this work. Allan was a friend, now deceased. Every time my eye catches this book in my shelves, I miss his unbelievable friendship, his talent. and total perfection.Published 1 month ago by Sadie Blake
Well worth reading. Helps you understand the early settlement of Ohio, The westward expansion of America, and the unfair treatment of the native Americans that occupied the Ohio... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Walt B.
Excellent history of the opening of the Ohio valley. A lot of history that is not that well known. Follows many characters and their roles both white and Indian.Published 2 months ago by AHB
This book is kind of a hybrid history of the white settlement of the Ohio River basin and the resultant conflict with the Native Americans who lived in that region. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mickey Crittenden
I have always been a fan of Allan W. Eckert. His books always provide me with to other historical events in early American historyPublished 2 months ago by mary faye bradshaw