No Place: Self Published, 1902. [First Edition]. Hardcover. Tall 8vo., frontispiece of the compiler, 203pp., index of business interests - business and professional men. -- Over 200 pages of History, Pictures and Biographies. Cloth covers moderately stained, hinges partially broken, some pages have closed tears to the margins. (see photos). -- Overall Condition --. Good. Item #10084
Contents: Early Settlement - The Jesuit Missionaries - Expedition of Col. George Rogers Clark, Biographical note of Clark - Clark makes preparations to secure Vincennes - Clark captures the "Old Post" - Clark captures Hamilton's Boats. Plans against Detroit, Early events following - Governor St. Clair, Laws of the Northwest Territory, Indian troubles - General Harrison become secretary of the Northwest Territory, Legislature established, First delegate in Congress, Count De Volney writes of Vincennes - Establishment of Indiana Territory, Governor Harrison, First Grand Jury, First Legislature - Indians become restless, Tecumsch, Tippecanoe - War of 1812, Gov. Harrison in command of U. S. forces, Capital leaves Vincennes - Indiana becomes a state, Spanish American War - Corporate history, Historical Miscellany - Vincennes University, The Vincennes Treaty.