His rash actions help to trigger a wider war. In July, Logan informs colonial officials that the killing has ended, and Cornstalk, Shawnee Head Chief, asks the British Indian Department to mediate a peace, but clashes continue.
August 15; a Spanish military expedition from Santa Fe and their Apache allies are defeated by the Pawnee and their French allies near the principal Pawnee village at the forks of the Platte in present Nebraska.
He eventually becomes an interpreter at Fort Pitt.
This brings 20 years of peace to New France and largely ends the conflict between the Iroquois and the Wyandots. March 25; the Boston Port Act is passed by Parliament. The fort is burned and prisoners massacred. May 10; the Second Continental Congress meets in Philadelphia.
December 16; birth of Ludwig van Beethoven. Dutch begin trading guns to the Iroquois. The siege fails after 9 days. June 17; Hamilton convenes the tribes of the Northwest Confederacy at Detroit. He writes to Governor Patrick Henry, urging a military expedition to secure the Illinois. Westernmost outpost of the Illinois district in Upper Louisiana, it is intended to keep a watchful eye on both the Spanish in Santa Fe and French fur traders in the area.
Jean, are tortured to death by the Iroquois, bringing the number of Jesuit martyrs to five.
February 23; Indians kill 18 soldiers in front of Fort Laurens. No longer under the thumb of the Iroquois, the Delaware reassert their manhood. Noted for his savagery possibly learned from the Iroquoisthe "Great Renegade" is present at most of the major con-frontations between the Ohio tribes and the Americans.
In August, the newly appointed County Lieutenant, Col. Marie is abandoned, the refugees moving to the safety of Christian Island in Georgian Bay. April 24; Daniel Boone and a dozen men are cut off by Indians in front of Boonesborough.
The Illinois country is now in American hands. April 14; Governor Robert Morris of Pennsylvania declares war on the Delaware, and offers cash bounties for prisoners and scalps.
He is buried in the Mississippi at night to hide his death from the Indians. June 29; the Townshend Revenue Acts are passed by Parliament, levying import duties on necessities like glass, lead, paint, paper and tea, further depressing the colonial economy.+ free ebooks online.
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