The more foreboding and cautionary tale which increasing numbers of Western historians have offered in place of Turner's account has provoked sharp controversy. "New" Western historians -- many of whom actually echo and draw upon fairly old scholarly works -- often argue that their accounts offer a more inclusive and honest reckoning of the Western past. Western historians who still adhere roughly to Turner's approach accuse their opponents of mistaking a simple-minded political correctness for good scholarship in their quest to recount only the doom and gloom of the Western past. Often the rhetoric reaches an acrimonious crescendo. But in a sense, the very acrimony of these debates takes us full circle back to Turner and his legacy, for debates about the significance of Western history are hardly ever confined to the past. In our understanding of what we are as a nation, if on no other level, the Western past continues to define us today.
11 Samuel HAGLE [1813- ]
Samuel; s/o Peter Hagle and Frances Jerome
11 Luke HAGLE [1817-1888] Emeline CHRYSLER [1822-1902] m2. Lucy Ann CHRYSLER
11 Mark HAGLE [1819-1882] Ellen CASEY Margaret REYNOLDS [1840-1922]
12 Lois HAGLE [1849-1895] Samuel David BARNES [1843-1910]
Lois; d/o Mark Hagle and Ellen Casey ; born Lambton Co, Ontario, Canada; DIED 6 Mar, 1895 in Waterford, Ont.
13 Annie Ellen BARNES [1872- ] m. John R. THOMPSON
11 Lydia HAGLE [1821- ] Charles CHRISTIE [- ] 11 Henry HAGLE [-1890] Isabel TURNER [- ] Found:
1860: Jamestown, Ottawa, Michigan : Henry, 32; Isabel, 29; Barbara, 9; Almira, 7; Byron, 5; Lydia, 3; William Mansford, 43
1870: Musssey, St. Clair, Co, Michigan: Henry, 44, B. Canada; Isabella, 38, b. New Brunswick, Canada; Almira, 17; Byron, 15; Lydia,13, b. MI; Miles, 6, b MI; William, 4, b. MI
11 Miles HAGLE [1823-1878] Jane TRIPP [- Found:
1880: Emmet, Saint Clair, Michigan: Myles, 42; Elizabeth, 38; Henry, 14; Dourigh, 12; Jacob, 10; Ann, 6, b. Mi; George, 4; All b. Canada except Ann
11 Peter Harris HAGLE [1825-1895] Chastina (afa - Christina) Amelia COOK [1824-1910]
Peter; s/o Sarah Harris & Peter Hagle; born 30 Apr, 1925 in Oxford Co, Ontario; married 30 Apr, 1846 in Dereham; Oxford Co., Ontario ; moved to Berlin, St. Clair Co, Michigan in 1868; moved to Bloomfield Tp, Oakland, Michigan ; died 4 Oct, 1825
Chastina; d/o Joseph Cook & Clarissa White1 0 Nov, 1824, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada; died 13 Aug, 1910, Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan, USA Children
Frederick S. -pontiac, Oakland m. Martha J UJN 19100 census'; 29 in 1880
Andrew -pontiac Tp
Anna (? Annie) m. Thomas Myler Detroit ?? 23 in 1880
Miles bloomfield m. Agnes UKN 21 in 1880 Agnes 20
Agnes m. james Old
Peter W. pontiac TP 13 in 1880
Leanore 23 in 1880
This mountain range extends from the Potomac River and runs the depth of eastern Maryland into Pennsylvania. Elements of both armies moved from the Frederick area to the Antietam battlefield over the South Mountain. As Lee began concentrating around Sharpsburg, he ordered the gaps defended. Federals, trying to relieve the siege at Harpers Ferry, attacked Crampton’s Gap Sept. 14, 1862, while other Union forces assaulted Fox's Gap and Turner's Gap, following Lee’s army. The thin but stubborn Confederate defense purchased much-needed time for Lee – both to capture Harpers Ferry and construct a defense near Sharpsburg.
All three gaps offer interpretation of the battle.
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