Black jack of the juniata
So begins the legend of Captain Jack, the Wild Hunter of the Juniata (also known as Black Jack, Jack Brubaker, Down the Susquehanna to the Chesapeake. The Indians couldn't believe a human could do the things Black Jack did. No one is sure how the life of the Wild Hunter of Juniata ended as he left his. Juniata College Eagles After Dark. 74 likes. weekend events on Juniata's Campus. Jump to. Sections of this page. Black Jack, Roulette.
Juniata Memories by Henry W Shoemaker
The light from the open door exposed the Wild Hunter. Captain Jack, flourished from to or as some said to One of these was "Lac," whose territory was thus stated: Maybe he just did not want to talk of the things he was doing. Its boundaries were given as follows:
THE SCOTCH-IRISH OF PENNSYLVANIA
THE territory embraced in Mifflin County at the time of its erection was in that part of Cumberland County which was contained in the great tract or "Purchase," the title to which was secured from the Indians at Albany July 6, Settlements were made so rapidly during that season that petitions were sent in to the court of Cumberland County from settlers in Sherman's Valley, along Buffalo Creek and in Tuscarora and Path Valleys setting forth "their great distance from the county-seat and asking for the erection of new townships, that they might better transact the necessary business to facilitate the improvement and good government of the new settlements.
One of these was "Lac," whose territory was thus stated: Its territory was reduced by the erection of Milford, November 7, The trouble with the Indians, arising from the defeat of Braddock, occurred soon after these first settlements, and great hardships and many massacres followed. Almost all of the settlers returned to Carlisle or sought other strongholds, and remained some years before again seeking the frontier.
A few ventured back in , and in that year the territory lying north and east of the Juniata River was erected into the township of Fermanagh, which embraced all of the New Purchase not before organized. A glance at the history of that township, in Juniata County, will give the reader a knowledge of that mother of townships, which then contained a large part of the territory which is now Perry, Juniata, Mifflin, Huntingdon, Centre and Snyder Counties. The years , and were years of great trials, and but few settlers came to the lands except those who had made locations before the outbreak of hostilities.
In the years the rush of emigration was very great. Locations were selected, applications made, warrants secured, possession taken and improvements begun. From this time peaceable possession was obtained. This influx of settlers brought a demand for the division of the large townships, that the voting-places might not be at such great distances.
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Forgotten Books, United States, Excerpt from Juniata Memories: Legends Collected in Central Pennsylvania Whether one cares for stories of war or the chase, of Indians or English, of religion or of love, he will find his own in Mr. Shoemaker s eight volumes about Central Pennsylvania. My own life-study has been religion, and it was because I saw the value for that study in these tales that I noticed them, in , in The Pennsylvania Magazine. One of our modern religious problems is: How is the mind of man constructed?
How does it work? Are our minds the same as those of the prophets and evangelists? For this reason the study of folklore has become an important branch of the science of religion. In folklore we see the mind of Abraham Lincolns plain people at work. From these workings we can often get glimpses into the mind of primitive man.
Every locality, therefore, should collect its folktales, and Mr. Shoemaker has done yeoman service to science by his collection. Moreover, there is a charm and a life in the teller s way of telling that gives a zest to the reader.
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