|WEST VIRGINIA: A HISTORICAL RESOURCE GUIDE|
|PART ONE: A DEADLY PANIC|
French and Indian War, 1754-1763Alden, John R. Robert Dinwiddie, Servant of the Crown. Williamsburg: Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, 1973.
Ambler, Charles H. George Washington and the West. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1936.
Bailey, Kenneth P. The Ohio Company of Virginia and the Western Movement. Glendale: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1939.
Baker-Crothers, Hayes. Virginia and the French and Indian War. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1928.
Darlington, William M., ed. Christopher Gist's Journals. New York: Argonaut Press, 1966.
Hamilton, Charles, ed. Braddock's Defeat. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1959.
Hindman, William Blake. "The Great Meadows Campaign and the Climaxing Battle at Fort Necessity," West Virginia History 16 (October 1954): 65-89.
Johnson, Patricia G. General Andrew Lewis of Roanoke and Greenbrier. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1959.
Rice, Otis. "The French and Indian War in West Virginia," West Virginia History 24 (January 1963): 134-146.
Rice, Otis. "The Sandy Creek Expedition of 1756," West Virginia History 13 (October 1951): 5-19.
Stuart, John. Memoir of Indian Wars, and Other Occurrences. Parsons: McClain Printing Co., 1971.
Withers, Alexander Scott. Chronicles of Border Warfare. Parsons: McClain Printing Co., 1961.
Mary Ingles and Indian CaptivityCaudill, Harry. The Saga of Jenny Wiley. Ashland: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1994. (A fictional account of Jenny Wiley's captivity and escape from Shawnee and Cherokee Indians.)
Thom, James Alexander. Follow the River. New York: Ballantine Books, 1981. (A fictional account of Mary Ingles capture and escape from the Shawnee Indians.)
VanDerBeets, Richard. Held Captive by Indians: Selected Narratives, 1642-1836. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1973.
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