473. The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families
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A Genealogical History of the Upper Monongahela Valley (with Complete Index). By Howard L. Leckey, Historian. Sponsored by Green County Historical Society, Waynesburg, Pa. Printing 1977 by The Bookmark, Knightstown, Ind. “Tenmile Country” refers to an area of land in Greene and Washington counties in southwestern Pennsylvania that is traversed by Tenmile Creek. During the early colonial period, this region of the Upper Monongahela, like that of Fort Duquesne (Pittsburgh) slightly to the north and what would become Morgantown, West Virginia to the south, was inhabited by the indigenous peoples; by French missionaries, trappers, and traders; and eventually by a number of intrepid British “trans-Allegheny pioneers.” Hardbound. Closson Press. ASIN: B00464R8VA. 9″ x 6″ x 2.2″. 713 pages. Out of Print. Condition: Clean; not circulated; hardly opened; no markings.