Dunmore's War

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Dunmore's War:

see Dunmore, John Murray, 4th earl ofDunmore, John Murray, 4th earl of,
1732–1809, British colonial governor of Virginia, a Scottish peer. Appointed governor of New York in 1770, he remained there for about 11 months before being transferred to
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Kellogg also wrote "Early Narratives of the Northwest 1634-1699," "Frontier Advance on the Upper Ohio 1778-1779," "Frontier Retreat on the Upper Ohio 1779-1781" and wrote with Reuben Gold Thwaites, "Documentary History of Dunmore's War, 1774" and "The Revolution on the Upper Ohio, 1775-1777," all books hard to find and groundbreaking studies.
Most Americans don't realize it, but the Revolution really began in Virginia a year before Paul Revere's Ride when Virginia riflemen from the frontier counties, fed up with Indian massacres which the British authorities ignored, defied British authorities, marched against the Shawnees, in what was called "Lord Dunmore's War," and beat the stuffing out of them.
Jefferson] must have been made aware of border warfare from an early age," Wallace assumes as he grapples with an explanation of Jefferson's interpretation of Lord Dunmore's War (p.