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The boundary controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia; 1748-1785

Minute book of the Virginia Court held at Fort Dunmore (Pittsburgh) for the District of West Augusta, 1775-1776

by Boyd Crumrine

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    StatementBy Boyd Crumrine
    ContributionsVirginia. County Court (West Augusta District)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination505-568 p.
    Number of Pages568
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25775239M

    "Boundary Controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia; –" Annals of the Carnegie Museum 1 (): – Reprint. Harrisburg, This book covers most of the material planned for the unpublished first , John E. "Pennsylvania and Virginia Boundary Controversy." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 38 ( The Boundary Controversy Between Pennsylvania and Virginia, XXI. Minute Book of the Virginia Court Held at For Dunmore (Pittsburgh) for the District of West Augusta, " 2) "IV. Minute Book of the Virginia Court Held at Yohogania County, First at Augusta Town (Now Washington, Pa.), and Afterwards on the Andrew Heath Farm near.

    Book/Printed Material Mason and Dixon's Line: including an outline of the boundary controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia. About this Item. Title Mason and Dixon's Line: a history: including an outline of the boundary controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia Contributor Names Veech, James, The boundary controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia, Minute book of the Virginia Court held at Fort Dunmore (Pittsburgh) for the District of West Augusta, (Source: FamilySearch) Index to adoption and change of name, Allegheny County (Pennsylvania), (Source: FamilySearch).

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Virginia court records in southwestern Pennsylvania: records of the District of West Augusta and Ohio and Yohogania Counties, Virginia, Saved in: Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Crumrine, Boyd, The boundary controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia, minute book of the Virginia Court held at Fort Dunmore (Pittsburgh) for the District of West Augusta, Creator Crumrine, Boyd, Get this from a library.

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County Court (West Augusta District); Virginia. County Court (Augusta County); Carnegie Museum.; Carnegie Museum of Natural. "The boundary controversy between Virginia and Pennsylvania began as early as when it was still unknown how far the province of Pennsylvania extended westward.

But it was not until the signing of the Ft. Stanwix Treaty inwhich removed the last obstacle to expansion, and sent settlers rushing into this territory, did the controversy.

How Virginia Got Its Boundaries is a survey essay that covers the period to This paper provides a brief summary of Virginia’s political geographic development. It explains how, when, and to some degree why Virginia’s boundaries were established. A large part of southwestern Pennsylvania -- including present-day Washington, Greene, Fayette and Westmoreland counties, and the portions of Beaver and Allegheny counties south of the Ohio and Allegheny rivers -- was claimed by both Pennsylvania and Virginia untiland many Southwestern Pennsylvania settlers purchased their land from the.

The boundary controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia, Minute book of the Virginia Court held at Fort Dunmore (Pittsburgh) for the district of West Augusta, Minute book of the Virginia court held for Yohogania County, first at Augusta Town (now Washington, Pa.), and afterwards on the Andrew Heath Farm near West.

The dispute arose out of ambiguities in the and charters of Virginia and Pennsylvania, respectively, summarized in Boyd Crumrine, “The Boundary Controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia; –,” Annals of the Carnegie Museum, i (–), –24, the standard older account, now superseded by Solon J.

and Elizabeth. Author of The courts of justice, bench & bar of Washington County, Pennsylvania., Virginia court records in southwestern Pennsylvania, Bibliography of Washington County Pennsylvania, History of Washington County, Pennsylvania, History of Washington County Pa, with Biographical Sketches, The county court for the district of West Augusta, Virginia, The boundary controversy between.

The boundary controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia, minute book of the Virginia Court held at Fort Dunmore (Pittsburgh) for the District of West Augusta, Creator. Crumrine, Boyd, Date.

Location. Pennsylvania. They made the Mason-Dixon Line as the boundary between slave territory and free land, since slavery was still allowed in Maryland.

The border between Pennsylvania and Maryland became tied to the North and South divide, especially after the Missouri Compromise was passed inwhich prohibited slavery north of the Mason-Dixon Line.“The Boundary Controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia; –” Annals of the Carnegie Museum 1 (–2): – description ends The dispute over jurisdiction was a factor in the worsening relations with some of the Indian tribes.

In the controversy was settled in Pennsylvania’s favor. Yohogania County included parts of these present-day Pennsylvania counties: Allegheny, Westmoreland, Washington, Fayette and Beaver. See Boyd Crumrines The Boundary Controversy between Pennsylvania and Virginia,Annals of the Carnegie Museum, (),