Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, from to , Inclusive: Together with a Joseph Doddridge . Joseph Doddridge wrote about what he and his contemporaries actually lived through on the Pennsylvania and Virginia frontiers between and Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania from to , Joseph Doddridge, Narcissa Doddridge.

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Page – the child is the father of the man ;’ that ‘ the sins of the fathers are visited upon the children to the third and fourth generation The West Virginia Encyclopedia. True, the language is florid by today’s standards, but that’s the point: Page – If there were any buckles, rings, buttons, or ruffles, they were the relics of old times ; family pieces, from parents or grand-parents.

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On these accounts the first impression of love resulted in marriage ; and a family establishment cost but a little labor and nothing else. The Wedding and Mode of Living. Account Options Sign in. Preface to the First Edition by Dr Doddridge.

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At age four, his family moved to the frontier, settling in Washington County, Pennsylvania. While noted in his day as a minister, Doddridge is remembered now for his writings, ranging from a Treatise on the Culture of Bees to poetry, songs, and prose dealing with Indian life, including Logan, the Last of the Race of ShikellemusChief of the Cayauga Nation.


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Cruelty to Slaves and Servants. InDoddridge was ordained a priest and became the first minister of the Protestant Episcopal Church in trans-Allegheny Virginia. Joseph DoddridgeNarcissa Doddridge Full settlmeent – By registering for your own account, you’ll get instant access to member benefits: Selected pages Title Page.

Office of the Gazette,Reprint, New Werner, RitenourWilliam Thomas Lindsey J. After being married, he studied medicine to supplement his income as a minister, and thereafter he treated both the souls and bodies of his parishioners in his frontier travels. Lindsey- Frontier and pioneer life – pages 1 Review https: Page – The fort consisted of cabins, blockhouses, and stockades.

Page – If the theft was of something of some value, a kind of jury of the neighborhood, after hearing the testimony would condemn the culprit to Moses’ Law, that is to forty te, save one. A range of cabins commonly formed one side, at least, of the fort.

Page – For a long time after the first settlement of this country, the inhabitants in general married young. Popular passages Page – I appeal to any white josepg to say, if ever he entered Logan’s cabin hungry, and he gave him not meat ; if ever he came cold and naked, and he clothed him not.