Emigration to Ohio


Emigration to Ohio. -- An extract of a letter from a gentleman in Robbstown, Westmoreland county, (Penn.) states, that from 5th day of october last, to the 6th of November, 236 waggons, and other wheeled carriages, passed through that place to Ohio with families.  With four of the small waggons were 60 persons. Within the same time 600 Merino sheep passed in the same direction.

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How to cite this article:  "Emigration to Ohio," Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, Penn.), 22 Jan. 1812, p. 3, available at http://history.hanover.edu/texts/1811.