LOGAN AND CRESAP, An Historical Essay
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by Brantz Mayer. Softbound, 115 pages, 6" x 9". Originally printed in 1867. Logan was a peaceful Mingo Chieftain, highly respected by both Indians and Whites, until the bloody murder and mutilation of his family by local militia. Michael Cresap was wrongly accused by Logan of the murders. The author gives valuable insight not only to the lives of Logan and Cresap, but also to the overall conditions and atmosphere of the time period.
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