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Clair. [United States. Congress. House.]. The report of the committee on the letter from Major General St. Clair was taken into consideration; Whereupon, The Committee to whom were referred the letter of the 28th. of August last from Major General St Clair, beg leave to report– That they have conferred with the Financier on the subject of the advance of money requested by General St.

General Arthur Saint Clair Memorial Fieldstone monument with granite tablet honoring Arthur Saint Clair, whose service as a general in the Revolutionary War was just one of his many achievements. The monument was completely rebuilt and re-dedicated on Septem The committee to whom was referred the memorial of Arthur St.

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Arthur St. Clair was a political and military leader in the Ohio country in the years of the American Revolution and the new nation. He was the first governor of the Northwest Territory. Clair was born on Main Scotland. Some sources list his birth year as or Major General Arthur St.

Clair. MAJOR GENERAL ARTHUR ST. CLAIR is the most noted historic name connected with Westmoreland county. Naturally, it is true, he belongs to the nation, and not to any particular locality.

Nevertheless he lived here when not in the Revolution, or performing other public duties which called him away. for over fifty pears. Arthur St. Clair was born on Ma in Thurso, Scotland.

He briefly attended the University of Edinburgh and studied medicine before joining the British army in —serving in America during the French and Indian War, before retiring in In Octoberground was broken for the new hospital, to be named after the American patriot, student of medicine, and early Pittsburgher, Major General Arthur St.

Clair (). And our exceptional care started with one little girl more than 60 years ago. The St. Clair papers: the life and public services of Arthur St. Clair, soldier of the Revolutionary War, president of the Continental Congress and governor of the North-western territory, with his correspondence and other papers, arranged and annotated by Smith, William Henry, ; St.

Clair, Arthur. The St. Clair Papers. The Life and Public Services of Arthur St. Clair: Soldier of the Revolutionary War; President of the Continental Congress; and Governor of the North-Western Territory with his Correspondence and other Papers.

2 vols. Cincinnati, description ends ). Sometime in the spring or summer ofSt. Clair sent GW a. Ina portion of St. Clair County was separated to establish Cherokee County and DeKalb County. Inafter the Civil War, a northeast section of the county was used to create Etowah County.

The county was named after General Arthur St. Clair, who came to America from Scotland as an officer in the British Army in the French and Indian War.

Arthur St Clair. Governor of the Noirthwest Territory.

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He led the American Army as a general in the territory, but he was so badly defeated by the Native Americans, President George Washington stripped him of all his military duties. Edwin Tiffin. Elected the first governor of the new state of Ohio in The St.

Clair papers the life and public services of Arthur St. Clair, soldier of the Revolutionary War, president of the Continental Congress and governor of the North-Western Territory: with his correspondence and other papers / by: Smith, William Henry, Published: () St.

Clair. Arthur W. Clair (died ) was an African American community leader in Brooksville, Florida who was murdered in by a mob days after he presided over the marriage of a black man and a white woman in the area that is now Dade City, Florida.

Controversy followed as efforts to investigate the white men accused of killing him were stymied. The courthouse burned. Slave. Clair was a. The high point of Arthur St. Clair's long military career, which began when he was a young British officer in the French and Indian War, came when General George Washington visited his quarters in Trenton, New Jersey on the evening of January 2, Knowing that the British were preparing to attack, Washington asked for his advice.

August, - Arthur St. Clair, General in the Continental Army, member of the Continental Congress and the 9th President of the United States in Congress Assembled inthe first Governor of the Northwest Territory, the first Commander of the U.S.

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Army, –92) died in poverty on the Old State Road between Ligonier and Youngstown, when. On 7 November the House referred to the Committee of the Whole the report on the defeat of General St. Clair’s western army, which document a select committee had presented on the last day of the previous session (Annals of Congress description begins Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States, – (42 vols.; Washington, –56).

description ends, 2d Cong., 2d. General Arthur St. Clair Soldier, Surveyor, Territorial Governor, and Freemason Arthur St. Clair was born in the town of Thurso, in Caithness, Scotland, on Ma After finishing his formal education he was indentured to Dr.

William Hunter, of London, but not liking the study of medicine, he. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Arthur St.

Clair Jr. (–26 Sep ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, USA ; Maintained by Todd Whitesides (contributor ).

The Moore’s Ford Lynchings, also known as the Georgia lynching, refers to the Jmurders of four young African Americans by a mob of White ion says that the murders were committed on Moore's Ford Bridge in Walton and Oconee counties between Monroe and Watkinsville.

in fact, the four victims, two married couples, were actually shot and killed on a nearby dirt road. The St. Clair papers: the life and public services of Arthur St. Clair: soldier of the Revolutionary War, president of the Continental Congress; and governor of the North-western territory: with his correspondence and other papers by St.

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Before sunrise, "Little Turtle", the great Miami Indian war chief, led warriors into. Get the best of The New Yorker in your in-box every day.

The name of Arthur St. Clair should be well-known in the rolls of patriotic Americans who contributed to the founding of this country.

Instead, comparatively few people have heard of him, and of those, the event that came most readily to mind and most handily to the history books was the disastrous Battle of 3/5(5). The Committee consisting of Mr [James] Duane, Mr [Richard] Peters, Mr [Daniel] Carroll, Mr [Benjamin] Hawkins, and Mr A[rthur] Lee, to whom were referred a Report on Indian affairs, read in Congress on the 21st of April last, a letter from General Schuyler, one of the Commissioners of Indian affairs for the northern district, dated the 11th of.

Arthur St. Clair was born in Thurso, Scotland, on 23 March (Old Style). After a brief stint at the University of Edinburgh, he purchased a commission as an ensign in Great Britain’s 60th Royal American Regiment. He served in Canada under Generals Jeffrey Amherst and James Wolfe, from to Inhe married Phoebe Bayard.Arthur St.

Clair (Ma [O.S. ]– Aug ) was an American soldier and politician. Born in Scotland, he served in the British Army during the French and Indian War before settling in Pennsylvania, where he held local office. During the American Revolutionary War, he rose to the rank of major general in the Continental Army, but lost his command after a controversial retreat.Congress referred the memorial to a special committee, of which John Randolph, of Virginia, was chairman.

In March following, Mr. Randolph, aschairman of the committee, reported adversely to the prayer of the memorialists. In submitting the report, Mr. Randolph must have been endowed with the spirit of prophecy, as he said.