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Re: "Sandusky", et.al.
Posted by: James Brenner (ID *****9849) Date: July 01, 2011 at 08:15:12
In Reply to: "Sandusky", et.al. by ted reising-derby of 6349

You're very welcome. I originally interpreted Sandusky, in this case, to be Ogontz, but I no longer think that's the case. Campbell talks about how his and Rowland's company sailed (rowed?) downstream to the Bay in two batteaux, one company in each. That implies that they were at Lower Sandusky which would make sense if they had been sent there to protect the public stores in Varnum's storehouse.
Jim


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