John Brattain (1720-1784) : the first American Brattain and his descendants Richard Hiram Brattain
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Union County Public Library - Liberty||G 929.2 Bra (Text)||34194000802901||G||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 103, 153,  p. : ill., facsims, geneal. tables, maps, ports. ; 28 cm.
- Publisher: [Las Vegas, Nev.] R. Brattain, 2007
|General Note:|| Contents: John Brattain, comming to America -- Robert Brattain, becoming a Quaker -- Migrating to Indiana -- Moving westward, 1830-1850 -- Paul Brattain on the Oregon Trail, 1852 -- Brattains in the Civil War -- Final resting place of the Brattains: cemeteries in the United States -- Corydon Brattain (1842-1914) -- Grave markers and mausoleums of Brattains and related families in Liberty Cemetery, Liberty, Indiana -- Brattain farm in Liberty, Indiana -- Brattains in North Carolina in the 19th century -- Brattains in Arkansas, 1860-1900 -- Brattains in Oregon and Washington, 1860-1900 -- Walter House Brattain, Nobel Prize winner -- Brittains in the 1930 United States Census -- Brattains' photo album of yesteryear -- Appendices. Descendants of John Brittain (1720-1784) ; Lafayette Spencer's diary on the Oregon Trail.
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