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April 30, 2020

Who is There to Mourn for Logan?

During the days preceding April 30th of 1774, a brutal massacre of American Indians was being plotted by about two dozen frontier malcontents roughly 40 miles northwest from Pittsburgh.

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January 16, 2019

Wintering in the Ohio Country with James Smith

James Smith’s Indian captivity narrative is a great look into life in the Ohio country in the 1750s. A large portion of his stories revolve around the several winters he lived among his adoptive family. Although where he stayed each winter differs, it echoes other descriptions of life among American Indians in the Ohio country.

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September 23, 2016

Bound by Tradition: Prisoner Restraints in the Captive Experience

Take a closer look at the experience of Indian captives in the 18th century in the Ohio River valley, in particular with how captives were restrained.

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