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The Founding of Harman's Station and the Wiley Captivity

The Founding of Harman's Station and the Wiley Captivity

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Classic history of Harman's Station, one of the earliest settlements in Eastern Kentucky. The author wrote about the capture of Jennie Wiley by Native Americans in the 19th century, her captivity and her ultimate escape. First written in 1910, the book contains four additional chapters written by Edward R. Hazelett in 1966 about Matthias Harman, the Scotch-Irish in Eastern Kentucky and information about Professor Connelley. This volume has 176 pages, with 28 photographs, maps and illustrations

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