Fort Laurens

Fort Laurens was an American Revolutionary War fort in what is now the U.S. state of Ohio.

Read more about Fort Laurens:  Overview, Siege, Fort Laurens Museum & Park

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Lenape - History - 18th Century - Ohio: 1750s To 1812 (American Revolution and War of 1812)
... the British and the Patriots the American colonists had Fort Pitt (present-day Pittsburgh) and the British with Indian allies controlled the area of Fort Detroit (in present-day Michigan) ... at Coshocton, and leaders signed the Treaty of Fort Pitt (1778) with the Americans ... In response, Colonel Daniel Brodhead led an expedition out of Fort Pitt and on 19 April 1781 destroyed Coshocton ...
Fort Laurens Museum & Park
... at the site with exhibits about the frontier soldier, a video about the fort's history and archaeological artifacts from the fort's excavation ... museum wall contains remains of soldiers who died defending the fort ... In 1970, the fort site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places ...

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