History Of The Battle Of Point Pleasant West Virginia Fought Between White Men Indians At The Mouth Of The Great Kanawha River Now Point Pleasant
Details the battle at Point Pleasant, (West) Virginia (the chief event of Lord Dunmore's War),fought between white settlers and Native Americans on Oct. 10, 1774.
Point Pleasant, the chief event of Lord Dunmore s War, and reared largely among the descendants of the men who participated in that struggle. It was therefore but natural that even in my early years there was awakened an interest in the history not only of the battle itself, but of all that related to the participants therein to all that concerned the gallantry and achievements of the men of 1774.
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This work details the Battle of Point Pleasant, also known as the Battle of Kanawha, the only major battle of Lord Dunmore's War, which was fought on October 10th, 1774. The warring parties consisted, primarily, of the Virginia Militia and members of the