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The First American West: The Ohio River Valley, 1750-1820 ...
Although the land grant was voided, Virginia and North Carolina each awarded . Boats used by settlers descending the Ohio varied in size and construction.
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award99/icuhtml/fawsp/sp2.html

TNGenWeb Project, Middle Tennessee Pre 1796 Query Page
North Carolina owned her Western Lands beyond the Great Smoky Mountains. . South of the River Ohio, or as it was more commonly know, the Southwest Territory. . At the end of the Revolutionary War, the spigot opened and more settlers .
http://tngenweb.org/pre1796/mid/

Southwest Territory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Territory South of the River Ohio, more commonly known as the . Henderson's purchase was in violation of North Carolina and Virginia law, as well as the . Daniel Boone Escorting Settlers through the Cumberland Gap ( George Caleb .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southwest_Territory

State Nicknames
After the battle the North Carolinians, who had successfully fought it out alone, were . Ohio, the “Buckeye State”, received its nickname because of the many . Prized for its fur, the beaver was overtrapped by early settlers and eliminated from .
http://www.50states.com/bio/nickname4.htm

The Underground Railroad in Southern Ohio
However, from Bourneville the trail might lead them through Chillicothe, or west of the Settlement and then north toward Columbus. Entering Ohio from Kentucky .
http://www.angelfire.com/oh/chillicothe/ugrr.html

Adam Simonton of Ohio Family Website: North Carolina Settlement
Before he was "Adam Simonton of Ohio", Adam Simonton lived in a portion of Rowan County which later became Iredell County (Nov. 18, 1788), North Carolina .
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~snugaza/simonton/ncsettlement.html

The Overland Trail Links--Ancient Indian Trails--Last updated 11/11/00
Nov 11, 2000 . The Kanawha Trace Following the Kanawha Trace from North Carolina into Ohio. The Kanawha Trace is very important to the settlement of .
http://www.over-land.com/trindian.html

North Carolina Amish
North Carolina has a limited history of Amish settlement. Today, a single . The first Amish settlers to the Moyock area came mainly from Ohio. However, over its .
http://amishamerica.com/north-carolina-amish/

Map of North Carolina - North Carolina Map, Raleigh Facts, NC ...
Detailed map of North Carolina with facts on size, location, cities, history, attractions. . Undaunted, the parade of settlers into the area continued. . Lake Erie Shores and Islands Welcome Center, Warren County - Ohio's Largest Playground!
http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/namerica/usstates/nc.htm

Western-Immigration
"As the earlier settlers came into the region north of the Ohio, they were . such as Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Tennessee, and North Carolina; the latter .
http://www.connerprairie.org/Learn-And-Do/Indiana-History/America-1800-1860/Western-Immigration.aspx

Stokes Township Early Settlers - Madison County Ohio History and ...
Sep 27, 2007 . Thomas Cooper, a native of North Carolina, whom we have here placed among the list of early settlers, we believe to have been a pioneer, and .
http://madisonoh.ancestralsites.com/history/stokes/earlysettlers.php

Richmond/Wayne County, Indiana History
Founded by North Carolina Quakers who settled along the Whitewater River in 1806, . They came here by way of Quaker Settlements in Western Ohio.
http://www.waynet.org/facts/history.htm

The Frontier In American History: Chapter VIII
But while the Southern stream that flowed into Ohio had its sources in Virginia, the main current that sought Indiana came from North Carolina; and these settlers .
http://xroads.virginia.edu/~hyper/turner/chapter8.html

Little Sheba's & Zini's Place History
They arrived in 1806, two North Carolina Quakers who came here by way of Quaker settlements in Western Ohio. Being in the right location, Richmond .
http://www.littleshebas.com/history2.htm

wabearly
F John Fall, born January 13, 1813, in Ohio; date of settlement, winter, 1837 and 8. Mary Fall, born in 1809, in North Carolina; date of settlement, 1843.
http://debmurray.tripod.com/wabash/wabearly.htm

Daniel Boone - Ohio History Central - A product of the Ohio ...
Jul 1, 2005 . In 1750, the family moved to North Carolina, arriving at Buffalo Lick on . Boone and his settlers set off in March of that same year and arrived at .
http://www.ohiohistorycentral.org/entry.php?rec=3

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