Historical Pageant, Closing the Centennial Celebration, June 6-13, 1914, of the Founding of New Harmony, Indiana, in 1814: Presented by the School Children of the Town Assisted by Their Friends, June 13, 1914, at Early Candle-Light; Book of Words

Historical Pageant, Closing the Centennial Celebration, June 6-13, 1914, of the Founding of New Harmony, Indiana, in 1814: Presented by the School Children of the Town Assisted by Their Friends, June 13, 1914, at Early Candle-Light; Book of Words

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  • Excerpt from Historical Pageant, Closing the Centennial Celebration, June 6-13, 1914, of the Founding of New Harmony, Indiana, in 1814: Presented by the School Children of the Town Assisted by Their Friends, June 13, 1914, at Early Candle-Light; Book of Words Cessions OF land – The second charter of King James the First ceded All those Lands, Countries, and Territories, situate, lying and being in that part of America, called Virginia, from the Point Of Land, called Cape or Point Comfort, all along the Sea Coast to the Northward, two hundred miles, and from the said Point all along the Sea Coast to the Southward two hundred Miles, and all that Space and Circuit Of Land lying from the Sea Coast of the Precinct aforesaid, up into the Land throughout from Sea to Sea.

    Virginia had in 1781 declared her readiness to cede her lands Northwest of the Ohio river to the General Government. But owing to the terms proposed by her, agreement was not reached till March 1, 1784, when, upon the authority previously given by the Virginia Legislature, her delegates in Congress ceded this land to the General Government.

    The Ordinance Of 1787 and the beginning Of Indiana Territory in 1800 are known to every school child in the state. About Historical Pageant, Closing the Centennial Celebration, June 6-13, 1914, of the Founding of New Harmony, Indiana, in 1814: Presented by the School Children of the Town Assisted by Their Friends, June 13, 1914, at Early Candle-Light; Book of Words About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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