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Document Number: AJ-125
Author: Filson, John, ca. 1747-1788
Title: The Discovery, Settlement, and Present State of Kentucky
Source: Imlay, Gilbert. A Topographical Description of the Western Territory of North America: Containing a Succinct Account of Its Soil, Climate, Natural History, Population, Agriculture, Manners, and Customs. With an Ample Description of the Several Divisions into Which That Country is Partitioned; To Which Are Added, the Discovery, Settlement, and Present State of Kentucky. And an Essay Towards the Topography and Natural History of That Important Country. By John Filson. To Which Is Added, I. The Adventures of Col. Daniel Boon, One of the First Settlers, Comprehending Every Important Occurrence in the Political History of That Province. II. The Minutes of the Piankashaw Council, Held at Post St. Vincent's, April 15, 1784. III. An Account of the Indian Nations Inhabiting within the Limits of the Thirteen United States; Their Manners and Customs; and Reflections on Their Origin. (London: Printed for J. Debrett, Opposite Burlington House, 1793). Pages 269-415.
Pages/Illustrations: 149 / 4 (3 of tables)
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