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History of Sheshequin 1777---1902

C. F. Heverly

pub.1902, Towanda, Pa. 
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Preface
Chapter I Page 5
Sheshequin
Description
Original Territory
The Proprietaries of Pennsylvania
The Yankee and Pennamite War
The Red Man
During the Revolution - Page 24
Colonel Dorrance's Expedition
Hartley's Expedition
Sullivan Expedition
Chapter II page 56
The Pioneers - Page 76 -Page 96 - Page 116
Chapter III. Page 172
Settlers from 1812 to 1840
Chapter IV Page 208
Unions, and Life of the Pioneers
Marriages
Habits and Customs
Chapter V Page 226
Public Improvements & Politics
Roads
Ferries
Political Matters
Chapter VI Page 249
The Home of Patriots
The Revolution
War of 1812
Mexican War
The Civil War
Chapter VII Page 267
Education, Churches and Societies
Schools
Churches
Societies
Chapter VIII Page 294
Pioneer Enterprise
Mills
Stores
Hotels
Distilleries
Tanneries
Mail Matters
Chapter IX Page 308
Various Topics
Floods
Shad Fishing
Memorable Occurences
Old Training Days
Hunters, Huntion and Shooting Matches
Physicians
Some Interesting Facts
Men of Mark
Notes
Chapter X page 318
Mortuary Record
Sheshequin Cemetery
Hornbrook Cemetery
Gore Cemetery
Ghent or Horton Cemetery
Black or Patterson Cemetery
Post Cemetery
North Ghent Cemetery (old).
North Ghent Cemetery (new).
Conclusion Page 332
Appendix Page 334
Bradford County. Page 351
Index Page 373
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INDEX

General.

Church, Baptist ...................................................... 273

Church, Christian ................................................... 285

Church, Congregationalist ................................... 272

Church, Ghent M. E. .............................................. 290

Church, Hornbrook M. E. ..................................... 288

Church, North Ghent M. E. ................................... 291

Church, Union Corners M. E. ............................... 292

Church, Universalist .............................................. 273