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Salem (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry flint-timothy
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
Lunenburg, Ma. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry flint-timothy
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
The Common (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): entry flint-timothy
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
Cincinnati (Ohio, United States) (search for this): entry flint-timothy
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
John Knickerbocker (search for this): entry flint-timothy
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
July 11th, 1780 AD (search for this): entry flint-timothy
Flint, Timothy 1780-1840 Clergyman; born in Reading, Mass., July 11, 1780; graduated at Harvard in 1880; became minister of the Congregational Church at Lunenburg, Mass., in 1802, but resigned in 1814. He went West as a missionary, but was obliged to give up in consequence of ill health. He then devoted himself to literature, and edited the Western review in Cincinnati, and, for a short time, the Knickerbocker magazine in New York. Among his publications are Recollections of ten years passed in the Valley of the Mississippi; Biography and history of the Western States in the Mississippi Valley (2 volumes); Indian wars of the West; Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc. He died in Salem, Mass., Aug. 16, 1840.
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