An Historical Account of the Expedition against Sandusky under Col. William Crawford in 1782. With biographical sketches, personal reminiscences, and descriptions of interesting localities; including, also, details of the disastrous retreat, the barbarities of the savages, and the awful death of Crawford by torture.

Cincinnati, (OH): Robert Clarke, 1873. First edition. 8vo. x, 403 pp. Frontispiece portrait. Howes B-1062. Gephart 6530. Thomson 146: "Drawn largely from original manuscripts ... this history has a general value as a study of pioneer life and warfare, and the sketches of adventure in which it abounds, add greatly to the interest of the main narrative." Title page a little loose with outer edge somewhat frayed, else a good solid copy. Original green cloth (spine ends a little frayed, corners bumped), gilt spine title. (5681). Item #62629

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