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To purchase Alpine on the Lake or The Pioneers, The Van Cleave Family, Volume II, both titles by Allan Ray Wenzel, download and complete the Order Form and forward with your remittance to:  Mr. Allan Wenzel, 8036 — 11th Ave. NW, Seattle, WA 98117-4123

Alpine on the Lake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alpine on the Lake

Researched and Compiled by Allan Ray Wenzel

Alpine On The Lake is a scholarly yet fascinating early history of the colorful settlers, homesteaders and entrepreneurs who lived in the first of three time periods (1887 – 1910) of the modern history of Lake Cavanaugh in Washington State’s Skagit County.

Noted author, historian, genealogist and Washington State Archivist for the Sons of the American Revolution Awards, Allan R. Wenzel, PhD, presents a comprehensive story with early historic photographs and documentary images that bring the people and lore of Alpine village on Lake Cavanaugh to life.

Alpine on the Lake, by Allan R. Wenzel,
Published by Classic Day Publishing,
2009, ISBN: 978-1-59849-079-4,
124 pages with photos and index, hardbound
$25.00 plus WA sales tax, shipping & handling

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Mr. Allan Wenzel
8036 — 11th Ave. NW
Seattle, WA 98117-4123

The Pioneers, The Van Cleave Family

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Pioneers

The Van Cleave Family, Volume II
Compiled by Allan Ray Wenzel

This genealogy text is the second of four volumes on the history of the Van Cleve, Van Cleef, Van Clief, Van Cleaf and Van Cleave family who arrived at New Netherlands (New York) in 1653. Commencing with Aaron Van Cleave and following his branch of the family from their New Jersey roots to North Carolina, where Aaron’s daughter married Squire Boone, the brother of the famous woodsman Daniel Boone, the narrative continues. She, along with her five brothers and their families, pioneered Kentucky and Indiana. The Van Cleaves took an active part in the Native American confrontations including the Siege of Boonesboro, the Long Run Massacre and Floyd’s Defeat. This adventurous Van Cleave branch moved westward in pursuit of good land and a fresh start, thereby conquering a continent and establishing a nation. These were the true pioneers.

Volume II contains several maps, cemetery interment lists, military service lists, Black Van Cleave slave families, genealogies of the Van Cleave ancestors of Schenck and Van Couwenhoven, plus a complete surname list for those who married into the Van Cleave family, as well as a Christian-names index for people sharing the Van Cleave surname.

The Pioneers, by Allan Ray Wenzel,
Published by Seattle Publishing Company,
1989, Library of Congress #86-50753,
770 pages, hardbound, $65.00 plus
WA sales tax, shipping & handling (6 lbs)

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Mr. Allan Wenzel
8036 — 11th Ave. NW
Seattle, WA 98117-4123

 
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