1.07 – Source Notes

Josiah Harmar by Raphaelle Peale [c. 1799-1803], courtesy of Wikipedia
State Land Claims and Cessions to the Federal Government, 1782-1802 by Kmusser, courtesy of Wikipedia
States and Territories of the United States of America – May 26, 1790 to March 4, 1791 by Golbez, courtesy of Wikipedia
Map of Harmar’s Defeat from Benson J Lossing’s The Pictoral Field-Book of the War of 1812, courtesy of Wikipedia
Map of St. Clair’s Encampment and Retreat, courtesy of Wikipedia
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