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" The Indian war now assumed a serious aspect, and the reputation of the nation required to be retrieved from the disgrace it had sustained. The whole western frontier, lay exposed to fresh inroads of the enemy, now flushed with so dreadful a victory. General... "
Pioneer Scouts of the Ohio - Page 263
by Everett Titsworth Tomlinson - 1924 - 264 lehte
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True Indian Stories: With Glossary of Indiana Indian Names

Jacob Piatt Dunn - 1908 - 320 lehte
...Washington realized that more adequate means must be taken to subdue the Indians, and he asked Congress for authority to raise three additional regiments of foot and a squadron of horse. There was opposition to this in Congress on account of the poverty of the country, and it was even...
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A History of the State of Ohio, Natural and Civil

Caleb Atwater - 1838 - 407 lehte
...him, no court martial could be, or was called upon his conduct. Late in the session of 1792, congress appointed a committee to inquire into it, but, that...the nation had not the money to carry on the war, upon such a scale ; that while the British held the western posts, we were not able to protect so large...
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