|Title:||Tah-Gah-Jute; or, Logan and Cresap|
|Publisher:||J. Munsell, Albany|
|Commentary:||In 1851, appeared a little book by Mayer entitled : "Tahgah-jute, or Logan and Cresap," of which an enlarged and revised edition appeared in 1867. It is an elaborate and successful defense of Capt. Cresap from the charge of murdering Logan's family, and a spirited attack upon Jefferson for refusing to show Cresap justice. From:Brantz Myer, Steiner, 1910|
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