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Clark, Col
Clark, Geo. R.
Clark, George Rogers
Clark, George Rogers (Col)
Dates: 
1752-1818
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James, James Alton (1864-1962)
Jones, Howard (1853-)
La Salle, Robert Cavelier (sieur de, 1643-1687.)
Pirtle, Henry
Public Archives of Canada
Quaife, Milo Milton (1880-1959)
Six Nations
United States. 1785 January 21
Wolcott, Oliver (1726-1797)
Titles: 
Articles of a treaty, concluded at Fort Stanwix, on the twenty-second day of October, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, between Oliver Wolcott, Richard Butler and Arthur Lee, commissioners plenipotentiary from the United States in Congress assembled, on the one part, and the sachems and warriors of the Six Nations on the other.
biographical sketch of the life of the late Captain Michael Cresap ..., A
capture of old Vincennes; the original narratives of George Rogers Clark and of his opponent Gov. Henry Hamilton, The
capture of Vincennes. 1779., The
Clark's memoir from English's Conquest of the country
Col. George Rogers Clark's sketch of his campaign ... 1869:
Col. George Rogers Clark's sketch of his campaign in the Illinois in 1778-9 : with an introduction by Hon. Henry Pirtle, of Louisville and an appendix containing the public and private instructions to Col. Clark and Major Bowman's journal of the taking of Post St. Vincents.
conquest of the Illinois, The
[Documents, papers, materials and publications relating to the Northwest and the state of Illinois]
george rogers clark adventure in the illinois: and selected documents of the american revolution at the frontier posts, the
George Rogers Clark and the Kaskaskia campaign.
George Rogers Clark and the war in the West
George Rogers Clark papers, 1771- .
Major Bowman's journal, 1869:
Memoir, from English's Conquest of the country.
secret orders & " ... great things have been done by a few men ... ", The : letters of Patrick Henry and George Rogers Clark.
Tah-jah-jute, or Logan, the Mingo chief; with material pertaining to his "speech" and the times taken from Thomas Jefferson's "Notes on Virginia", printed in the year 1800.
Treaties, etc.
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