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1805 MICHAUX Travels in US West of Alleghenies, RARE US MAP "State" of Franklin"


 

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History of the Lost State of Franklin


by: Williams, Samuel Cole Williams
This imposing volume covers almost all primary sources pertaining to Connecticut men in the Revolution which were still extant at the time of the book's original publication in 1889, including original minutes of the General Assembly and Governor's office, original rolls, pay rolls, accounts, diaries, maps, the papers of George Washington and Connecticut Revolutionary governor John Trumbull, and numerous other collections both privately and publicly held.
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First Families of the Lost State of Franklin


by: John C. Rigdon
This book provides family sketches and genealogical information on the first families to settle in the area of East Tennessee that originally made up the state of Franklin. The earliest settlers date back to the mid 1700s.

By the year 1770, some 70 families had settled in the area bounded by the Watauga, Nolichucky, and Holston river valleys. Most migrated from Virginia via the Great Valley, although a few were believed to have been Regulators fleeing North Carolina after their defeat at the Battle of Alamance.
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The Overmountain Men


by: Pat Alderman
This volume is a compilation of a series of booklets planned by the author to cover succeeding periods of early Tennessee history. Beginning with the long hunters in the 1760s, and the ending with the Tennessee's admittance to the Union in 1796, the thirty-six eventful years are divided into five sections: The Overmountain Men; One Heroic Hour at King's Mountain; The Cumberland Decade; State of Franklin; and Southwest Territory

Filled with photographs, maps, and illustrations, this compact, readable text includes "Sycamore Shoals Treaty, March 17, 1775" "Washington County List of Taxable 1778" "Signers of the Franklin Petition" and many other important documents.
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Franklin Square


by: Paul van Wie PhD, Kiera Grassi, Hannah Mutum
First settled in the 1600s, the present-day village of Franklin Square developed as a German-speaking farming community in the late 1800s. The fertile farmland of Franklin Square supplied New York City with all types of fresh produce into the mid-20th century, when waves of suburban growth transformed fields into residential neighborhoods. Franklin Square’s rich history exemplifies the larger trends in America’s history. George Washington visited in 1790, and the poet Walt Whitman taught in the local school in 1840.
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What Happened To The State of Franklin?


In the late 18th century, the residents of a territory just west of North Carolina petitioned to become the 14th American state and was to be called Franklin.
 

The State of Franklin


The State of Franklin was a proposed state that comprised western settlers of North Carolina and Virginia who were dissatisfied with the eastern governments.
 

The Making of the Mysterious Lost State of Franklin


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At the end of the American Revolution, frontier settlers beyond the Appalachian Mountains broke away from North Carolina to create their own government.
 

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