18. DeHart, Gen. Richard P. _Address at Tippecanoe Battlefield._ In Report of Tippecanoe Monument Commission, 1908. Compiled by Alva O.
Reser, Lafayette, Indiana.
19. De Hart, Gen. Richard P. _Past and Present of Tippecanoe County, Indiana._ 1909. (Indiana State Library.)
20. _Diary of Gen. John Tipton._ Indiana Magazine of History, Vol. II.
(Indiana State Library.)
21. Dillon, John B. _History of Indiana._ 1843. (Indiana State Library.)
22. Dunn, Jacob Piatt. _History of Indiana._ An accurate and well prepared history. (Indiana State Library.)
23. Dunn, Jacob Piatt. _True Indian Stories._ Indianapolis, 1908. A charming book. (Indiana State Library.)
24. Drake, Benjamin. _Life of Tec.u.mseh._ Cincinnati, 1841. (Indiana State Library.)
25. Eggleston, Edward. _Tec.u.mseh and the Shawnee Prophet._
26. _Eminent Americans._ Lossing.
27. Esarey, Professor Logan. _History of Indiana._ Excellent work, and accurate. (Indiana State Library.)
28. _Fergus Historical Series._ Vol. IV. Nos. 26 and 27. (Indiana State Library.)
29. _Fort Wayne Ma.n.u.script._ Fergus Historical Series, Vol. IV, No. 26.
Edited and annotated by Hiram W. Beckwith. (Indiana State Library.)
30. Griswold, B. J. _History of Fort Wayne, Indiana._
31. Hall, James. _Legends of the West._ (Indiana State Library.)
32. Hall, James. _Romance of Western History._ 1869. (Indiana State Library.)
33. Hall, James. _The West._ Cincinnati, 1848. (Chicago Public Library.)
34. Harrison, Gen. William Henry. _A Discourse on the Aborigines of the Ohio Valley._ Cincinnati, 1839. (Indiana State Library.)
35. _Harrison Letters, Papers and Correspondence With War Department._ 1805 to 1812. A valuable addition to history. Collected and annotated by Prof. Logan Esarey, Indiana University, and furnished to writer. The letters of Harrison quoted in this work are photographic reproductions from the originals at Was.h.i.+ngton, D. C. (Indiana University.)
36. Harvey, Henry. Member of the Society of Friends. _History of the Shawnee Indians._ Cincinnati, 1855. (Indiana State Library.)
37. Hatch, William Stanley. _A Chapter of the History of the War of 1812._ (Indiana State Library.)
38. _Hay's Journal. A Narrative of Life on the Old Frontier._ Edited by M. M. Quaife. Wisconsin Historical Society, 1914. (Indiana State Library.)
39. Heckewelder, Rev. John. _An Account of the History, Manners and Customs of the Indian Nations._ Philadelphia, 1819. (Indiana State Library.)
40. Heckewelder, Rev. John. _Narrative of the Mission of the United Brethren._ Philadelphia, 1820. (Indiana State Library.)
41. _History of DeKalb County, Indiana._ B. F. Bowen. (Indiana State Library.)
42. _History of Vigo and Parke Counties, Indiana._ Beckwith. (Indiana State Library.)
43. Hornaday, William T. _The Extermination of the American Bison._ In Annual Report of Smithsonian Inst.i.tution, 1887.
44. Howe, Henry. _Historical Collections of Ohio._ 1856. (Indiana State Library.)
45. Hubbard, Gurdon S. _Recollections and Autobiography._ A fine review of the early fur trade under John Jacob Astor. (Indiana State Library.)
46. Hutchins, Thomas. _A Topographical Description of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina._ 1778. Hutchins was geographer to the King, and later geographer to the Continental Congress. He possessed valuable information concerning the west, and especially of the Wabash valley. (Indiana State Library.)
47. _Indiana Magazine of History._ Volumes 11, 12, 13 and 14.
48. _Jasper and Newton Counties, Indiana._ Edited by Louis H. Hamilton, of Rensselaer, Indiana, and Judge William Darroch, of Kentland, Indiana.
49. _Journals of Old Continental Congress._ 1775 to 1788. These journals contain the proceedings relative to early Indian affairs, and show the early policy of the old Congress with reference to the Indian tribes, in the years just prior to Was.h.i.+ngton's administration. (Indiana State Library.)
50. _Journal of the Treaty of Fort Wayne, of 1809._ This is the official account of the transaction written by Peter Jones, Secretary to Governor Harrison. (Indiana State Library.)
51. Kent, James. _Commentaries on American Law_, Vol. I, Tenth Edition, 1860. Page 280, and note to page 281.
52. Law, John. _History of Vincennes._ Throws much light on events at Vincennes during the Harrison and Tec.u.mseh Period. (Indiana State Library.)
53. Lindley, Harlow. _Indiana as Seen by Early Travelers._ 1916. A fine reference book. (Indiana State Library.)
54. Lossing, Benson J. _Pictorial Field Book of the War of 1812._ New York, 1869. Ill.u.s.trated, and an excellent work.
55. Marshall, Chief Justice John. _Opinion in Johnson and Graham's Lessee, vs. William, McIntosh._ Eight Wheaton's Reports, 543. Found in United States Statutes at Large. Indian Treaties. Pages 1 to 8, both inclusive. 1856.
56. Marshall, Humphrey. _The History of Kentucky._ Frankfort, Ky., 1824. (Indiana State Library.)
57. _Marshall County History_, Indiana. McDonald. (Indiana State Library.)
58. Matson, N. _Memories of Shaubena._ Chicago, 1878. (Chicago Public Library.)
59. _Michigan Pioneer and Historical Recollections._ XIV and x.x.x.
(Indiana State Library.)
60. McMaster, John Bach. _A History of the People of the United States._ New York, 1896.
61. McNemar, Richard. _The Kentucky Revival-Shakerism._ (Indiana State Library.)
62. Moore, Charles. _The Northwest Under Three Flags._ New York, 1900.
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63. Montgomery, H. _The Life of Major-General William H. Harrison, Ninth President of the United States._ 1852.
64. _Me-won-i-toc._ By Solon Robinson. A peculiar work published in 1867, but giving some faithful sketches of conditions on the early prairies. The author shows some familiarity with the Battle of Tippecanoe, and the machinations of the British. It could not be counted, however, as a standard historical work, for the author has interwoven a fantastic tale with his recitals of history.
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