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George Mercer of the Ohio Company

Alfred Procter James

George Mercer of the Ohio Company

a study in frustration.

by Alfred Procter James

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Published by University of Pittsburgh Press in [Pittsburgh] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mercer, George, 1733-1784,
  • Ohio Company (1747-1779)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF229.M5 J3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p.
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5888122M
    LC Control Number63021101
    OCLC/WorldCa760672

    In , several wealthy Virginians, including family members of George Washington, established the Ohio Company. The investors hoped to secure lands west of the Appalachian Mountains from the British government. George Mercer was a captain of the First Virginia Regiment during the French and Indian War, a land surveyor, and an agent for the Ohio Company in Mulkearn interprets George Mercer's documents on the activities of the Ohio Company, including early plans for town settlement, Indian treaties, and elightrning the reader on colonial.

    Ohio Company (). Petition to the King for settling the Ohio River valley, University of Virginia. Library: referencedIn: Mercer, George, [Part of the Ohio River, with notes by G. Mercer relating to the Ohio Company's lands] / G. Mercer. University of Michigan, William Clements Library: creatorOf: Peele family. John Mercer was a successful Virginian lawyer in the late colonial period of American history. In addition to handling many of the legal matters for a young George Washington, he also joined the future Commander-in-Chief in creating the Ohio Company, which .

      George Mercer Papers George Mercer was a lieutenant and later captain of the First Virginia Regiment during the French and Indian War, and a land surveyor. He served as agent for the Ohio Company in England. In this book, Lois Mulkearn interprets George Mercer's documents on the activities of the Ohio h the eyes of Indians, French, and English we see the political Author: George Oberle. "'The case of the Ohio Company' in part II of this book is a reduced but complete facsimile of the original in the New York Historical Society."--P. xx. Edition limited to copies. Other Titles George Mercer .


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He served as agent for the Ohio Company in England. In this book, Lois Mulkearn interprets George Mercer's documents on the activities of the Ohio h the eyes of Indians, French, and English we see the political and military efforts to control the vast area of the Ohio frontier, and witness treaties signed at Logstown, and those between Pennsylvania and the Weas and Piankashaws in Price: $ George Mercer Papers: Relating to the Ohio Company of Virginia [Lois Mulkearn] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

George Mercer was a lieutenant and later captain of the First Virginia Regiment during the French and Indian War. George Mercer was a lieutenant and later captain of the First Virginia Regiment during the French and Indian War, and a land surveyor. He served as agent for the Ohio Company in England.

In this book, Lois Mulkearn interprets George Mercer's documents on the activities of the Ohio h the eyes of Indians, French, and English we see the political and military efforts to control the vast area of the. In this book, Lois Mulkearn interprets George Mercer's documents on the activities of the Ohio h the eyes of Indians, French, and English we see the political and military efforts to control the vast area of the Ohio frontier, and witness treaties signed at Logstown, and those between Pennsylvania and the Weas and Piankashaws in Additional Physical Format: Online version: James, Alfred Procter, b.

George Mercer of the Ohio Company. [Pittsburgh] University of Pittsburgh Press []. Book Description: George Mercer was a lieutenant and later captain of the First Virginia Regiment during the French and Indian War, and a land surveyor. He. Internet Archive BookReader George Mercer Of The Ohio Company A Study In Frustration.

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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. George Mercer papers relating to the Ohio Company.

George Mercer became a member of the Ohio Company in and rose up its leadership ranks. On July 4,he was appointed as the agent of the Ohio Company in London.

4 He kept several hundred pages of documents and letters relating to the Ohio Company’s business, which are today compiled in published volume. He served as agent for the Ohio Company in England. In this book, Lois Mulkearn interprets George Mercer's documents on the activities of the Ohio h the eyes of Indians, French, and English we see the political and military efforts to control the vast area of the Ohio frontier, and witness treaties signed at Logstown, and those between Pennsylvania and the Weas and Piankashaws in compiled and edited by Lois Mulkearn., Papers from the Darlington Memorial Collection--Cf.

Introd., "'The case of the Ohio Company' in part II of this book is a reduced but complete facsimile of the original in the New York Historical Society."--P.

xx., Edition limited to copies., Includes bibliographical references (p. BOOK REVIEWS George Mercer Papers Relating to the Ohio Company ofVirginia. Com-piled and edited by Lois Mulkearn. (University of Pittsburgh Press, xxxviii, p.

Maps, illustrations, bibliography, index. $) The George Mercer Papers, edited by Lois Mulkearn of the Uni- versity of Pittsburgh's Darlington Library, is a distinguished book, im- portant both in itself and for the trend in Author: Paul A.

Wallace. In addition to the mandate and investment of Virginia Royal Governor Robert Dinwiddie, other original members included John Hanbury, Colonel Thomas Cresap, George Mercer, John Mercer, and "all of His Majesty's Colony of Virginia."In that same year, George Mercer petitioned King George for land in the Ohio country, and inthe British Crown granted the companyacres in the Ohio.

The Ohio Land Company of Virginia, organized by Thomas Lee, Lawrence Washington, George Fairfax and others, and later joined by John Mercer, George Mason, Robert Dinwiddie and others, petitioned the British government for a grant ofacres in the Ohio area between the mouth of the Monongahela and Kentucky rivers, including the area known as Kentucky.

George Mercer I'm currently working on "Fat Cats", the fourth book in the Dyed In The Green series. This story follows one of my main characters, John Haffcut, to more I'm currently working on "Fat Cats", the fourth book in the Dyed In The Green series.

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Home Archives Pennsylvania History vol. 31, no. 4, October Book Reviews Book Reviews: George Mercer of the Ohio Company: A Study in : William A.

Hunter. The Case of the Ohio Company was published by George Mercer in in pamphlet form, but the manuscript copy of the Case in this collection is distinct from the published version in many respects.

For a thorough critique of the difference, see Mulkearn's George Mercer Papers. George Mercer papers relating to the Ohio Company of Virginia. [Pittsburgh]: University of Pittsburgh Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Mercer; Lois Mulkearn; Darlington Memorial Library.George Mercer was a captain of the First Virginia Regiment during the French and Indian War, a land surveyor, and an agent for the Ohio Company in Mulkearn interprets George Mercer's documents on the activities of the Ohio Company, including early plans for town settlement, Indian treaties, and elightrning the reader on colonial history and the western frontier.The history of the records of the Ohio Company in our repository is as interesting as the world-changing events they set in motion.

George Mercer procured the papers in to prepare his Case of the Ohio Company for publication. The records were then passed through the Mercer family until when Federal troops occupied their home in.