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  1. Historic highways of America Volume 12
  2. The Niagara River
  3. Pilots of the republic; the romance of the pioneer promoter in the middle West by Archer Butler Hulbert 1873-1933, 1906-12-31
  4. The great western stage-coach routes (Hulbert, Archer Butler, 1873-1933. The Crown Collection of Photographs of American Maps, series V) by Archer Butler Hulbert, 1920
  5. Colonel Washington by Archer Butler Hulbert. by Hulbert. Archer Butler. 1873-1933., 1902-01-01
  6. The paths of inland commerce a chronicle of trail. road. and wat by Hulbert. Archer Butler. 1873-1933., 1920-01-01
  7. Historic highways of America by Hulbert. Archer Butler. 1873-1933., 1902-01-01
  8. Historic highways of America Volume 1 by Archer Butler, 1873-1933 Hulbert, 2009-10-26

41. Joseph Jencks
Joseph Jenks appears in a 1796 list of investors in the Ohio Company as published in Hulbert, Archer Butler, ed., The Records of the Original Proceedings of the Ohio Company (Ohio
Gaspee Virtual Archives Joseph Jencks
The Gaspee Days Committee at www.gaspee. COM is a civic-minded nonprofit organization that operates many community events in and around Pawtuxet Village, including the famous Gaspee Days Parade each June. These events are all designed to commemorate the burning of the hated British revenue schooner, HMS Gaspee , by Rhode Island patriots as America's 'First Blow for Freedom' TM . Our historical research center, the Gaspee Virtual Archives at www.gaspee. ORG , has presented these research notes as an attempt to gather further information on one who has been suspected of being associated with the the burning of the Gaspee . Please e-mail your comments or further questions to
Evidence implicating Joseph Jencks: From: State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations at the End of the Century, A History , edited by Edward Field, Boston, Mason Publishing Co., 1902 Vol. I. p. 467. The names of only a few of these who took part in the night's work have been handed down. In the different accounts which have from time to time appeared the following names have been ascertained: Capt. Samuel Dunn, Capt. Benjamin Page, Capt. Turpin Smith, Capt. John B. Hopkins, Joseph Bucklin, Captain Shepard, John Brown, Abraham Whipple, Ephraim Bowen, John Mawney, Captain Harris, Joseph Jencks , Justin Jacobs, Simeon H. Olney, Joseph Tillinghast.

42. French Grant - Ohio History Central - A Product Of The Ohio Historical Society
Hulbert, Archer Butler. Andrew Craigie and the Scioto Associates. Worcester, MA The Society, 1913. Hurt, R. Douglas. The Ohio Frontier Crucible of the Old Northwest, 17201830.

43. Westward Through Nebraska: [Title:] The Geography Of The Oregon Trail In Nebrask
Hulbert, Archer Butler, The American Transcontinental Trails, 2 volumes (The Crown Collection of American Maps, Series IV). Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1925.

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Chittenden, H. M., and Richardson, A. T., Life, Letters and Travels of Father Pierre-Jean De Smet, S. J. 1801-1874. 4 volumes. New York; Francis P. Harper, 1905. Croft, A. J., "From Meridian to Fort Kearney" in Proceedings and Collections of the Nebraska State Historical Society, Second Series Dawson, Charles, Pioneer Tales of the Oregon Trail and of Jefferson County. Topeka, 1912. Follmer, George D., "Incidents of the Early Settlement of Nuckolls County" in Collections of the Nebraska Historical Society , Vol. XVII, Albert Watkins (editor). Lincoln; Nebraska State Historical Society, 1913. Hancock, Samuel, The Narrative of, (1845-1860) with an Introduction by Arthur D. Howden Smith. New York; Robert M. McBride and Company, 1927. Hansen, George W., "A Tragedy of the Oregon Trail" in Collections of the Nebraska State Historical Society , Vol. XVII, 1913. Albert Watkins (editor). Lincoln; Nebraska State Historical Society, 1913. Click to view
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Kelly, William J. P.

44. The Crown Collection Of Photographs Of American Maps @ U.Va. Library
Related Name(s) Hulbert, Archer Butler, 18731933. British Museum; University of Virginia Library PO Box 400113, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4113
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Book 5 v. 239 mounted phot. 47 x 42 cm.
Cleveland, O., Priv. print. by The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1904-1908.
  • I Fifty photographs of maps of American rivers II Fifty photographs of maps of forts and other military maps and plans in the southern states, western Pennsylvania, and New York 1905 III Fifty-three photographs of maps of forts and fortifications of the Niagara frontier, Hudson Valley and Lakes George and Champlain, 1907 IV Thirty-six photographs of maps and forts and fortifications of Lake Champlain, eastern New York and New England, and twenty-four photographs of Simcoe views of the Niagara frontier 1908

45. Guide To Citing Maps And Atlases | McMaster University Library, Hamilton, Ontari
Hulbert, Archer Butler. Map of French Forts in America, 175060 map. In Archer Butler Hulbert. History of the Niagara River. Harrison, N.Y. Harbor Hill Books
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46. Allegheny Mountains, Routes Across
Hulbert, Archer Butler. The Old Glade (Forbes's) Road, Pennsylvania State Road. New York AMS Press, 1971.

47. Bibliography
Hulbert, Archer Butler. Historic Highways of America. (14 vols.). Cleveland, 1905. Jones, Pomroy. Annals and Recollections of Oneida County. Rome, 1851.
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Bagg, M.M. The Pioneers of Utica . Utica, 1877.
"Cadwallader Colden Papers, Vol. I, 1711-1729" in New York Historical Society Collections , Vol. 50. 1917.
"Cadwallader Colden Papers, Vol. II, 1730-1742" in New York Historical Society Collections , Vol. 51. 1917.
Campbell, William W. Life and Writings of Dewitt Clinton . New York, 1849.
Canfield, W.W. and J.E. Clark. Things Worth Knowing About Oneida County . Utica, 1909.
"Castorland Journal" (of Desjardin and Pharoux, 1793). Manuscript translation by Franklin B. Hough, in his Papers , Box 84, A7009 New York State Library.
Clark, William H. Railroads and Rivers, The Story of Inland Transportation . Boston, 1939.
Cramer, Zadok. The Navigator . Pittsburgh, 1811.
Diefendorf, Mary Riggs. The Historic Mohawk . New York, 1910.
Dunbar, Seymour.

48. The Paths Of Inland Commerce: A Chronicle Of Trail, Road, And Waterway, By Arche
Title The Paths of Inland Commerce A Chronicle of Trail, Road, and Waterway Author Hulbert, Archer Butler, 18731933 Link Gutenberg text Stable link here

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