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People/Characters: George Croghan

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"An Indian Trade Failure: The Story of the Hockley, Trent, and Croghan Company, 1748-1752," by Nicholas B. Wainwright
"George Croghan and the Indian Uprising of 1747," Pennsylvania History, XXI (1954), 21-31. by Nicholas B. Wainwright
"George Croghan and the Westward Movement, 1741-1782 (continued)," by A. T. Volwiler
"George Croghan's Journal, 1759- 1763, from the Original in the Cadwalader Collection of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania," in Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, LXXI (1947), 305-444. by Nicholas B. Wainwright
"Where Did George Croghan Die?," by Swetnam. George
187 Things You Should Know about the War of 1812 by Donald R. Hickey
American Indian Leaders by R. David Edmunds
Colonial American Indian Agents, including: Sir William Johnson, 1st Baronet, John Butler (pioneer), George Croghan, Sir John Johnson, 2nd Baronet, ... (loyalist), Andrew Montour, Conrad Weiser by Hephaestus Books
Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: Volume I, Journals of Conrad Weiser (1748), George Croghan (1750-1765), Christian Frederick Post (1758), and Thomas Morris (1764) by Reuben Gold Thwaites
The family of Col. George Croghan, born 1715 in Ireland, died 1782 in Philadelphia, Pa., a deputy Indian Agent, about 1755 : Croghan family of Allegheny, Cumberland and Philadelphia counties, Pa. by Historical Society of P...
George Croghan and the westward movement, 1741-1782 by Albert T. Volwiler
George Croghan of Pennsboro by Robert Grant Crist
George Croghan's journal : Apr. 1763 to Sept. 1764 and comments by Jim Greenwood
George Croghan's role in Indian trade and policy in Pennsylvania, 1748-1775 by Mark Harwell
George Croghan, Frontier Soldier by Allen County Public LIbrary
George Croghan, wilderness diplomat by Nicholas B. Wainwright
Iroquois Diplomacy on the Early American Frontier by Timothy J. Shannon
Journal of Col. George Croghan, who was sent, after the peace of 1763, by the government, to explore the country adjacent to the Ohio River, and to conciliate the Indian nations who had hitherto acted with the French ... by George Croghan
Minutes of conferences, held at Fort-Pitt, in April and May 1768, under the direction of George Croghan, esquire, deputy agent for Indian affairs, with the chiefs and warriors of the Ohio and other Western Indians. by Pennsylvania.,
Papers, 1754-1808. by George Croghan, d. 1782.
The War of 1812: A Complete Chronology with Biographies of 63 General Officers by Bud Hannings Lt. Colonel

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