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Life of General John Sevier

Francis Marion Turner

One of the first biographies written about John Sevier: pioneer, indian fighter, patriot and governor of Tennessee. The author chronicles Sevier's life from his boyhood to his death and includes many of the well known movers and shakers of the day such as: Daniel Boone, Andrew Jackson, Benjamin Franklin and many others. Notable chapters include "The Wautauga Association, " "Battle of King's Mountain," "State of Franklin," among many others that detail the struggles with indians and becoming a state. 1910, Reprinted 1997; 128 pages. Hardback.

$19.95
Weight: 
1 lb
Dimensions: 
9 × 6 × 1 in