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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM14HE_logans-speech_Kingston-OH.html
[Text on top front of marker]: Logan's ElmHeight of tree 104 Ft., Spread 154 Ft.,Circumference of Body 23 Ft. [Text on bottom front of marker]: Logan's Speech——————————"I appeal …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM8V1_grenadier-squaw-non-hel-e-ma_Kingston-OH.html
Grenadier Squaw was chief of the largest Shawnee Indian village, located on the south bank of Scippo Creek, upon the Pickaway Plains in 1774. Born about 1720, Non-hel-e-ma, sister of Chief Cornstalk, was named "Grenadier Squaw" by white traders be…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM8V0_cornstalk_Kingston-OH.html
Two miles northwest of this site, on Scippo Creek, was the town of the Shawnee chief, Cornstalk, celebrated for his leadership of an Indian army against Virginia volunteers under Colonel Andrew Lewis, in the Battle of Point Pleasant, Virginia, Oct…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM8UY_john-boggs-memorial_Kingston-OH.html
(West Face) Capt. John Boggs, born in Western Penn. 1738. Married Jane Irwin and raised a large family on the frontier. Near Wheeling W.Va. one son Wm. was taken prisoner by the Indians, in view of his Fathers cabin, which is here represented. An…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM8UR_capt-michael-cresap_Kingston-OH.html
A Colonial and Revolutionary Hero of Ohio, Virginia, and Maryland, whose military services assisted in gaining the "Dunmore Treaty," after the Battle of Point Pleasant, in which he fought in the Hampshire County, Virginia, regiment. Captain Michae…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM8UQ_site-of-logan-elm_Kingston-OH.html
This plaque marks the site of the Logan Elm, under which in 1774, according to legend, Logan, Chief of the Mingoes, gave his impassioned speech of vengeance to an interpreter sent from Lord Dunmore, colonial governor of Virginia. Logan had refused…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM8UP_chief-logan-logan-elm_Kingston-OH.html
Side A: Chief LoganTah-gah-jute, the Mingo chief named Logan, was a native of Pennsylvania. Logan moved to Ohio in 1770, and settled at the Pickaway Plains. Logan and his father, Shikellimus, had long supported friendships between Native Americans…
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