The Indian Wars Along the Frontier 1758–1764

Innumerable Indian attacks plagued the settlers on the new frontier. From the beginning, the new settlers had to contend with waring Indian tribes, whose villages spanned from the eastern shore to the head of the Ohio river. During the early 1700s, as a constant influx of immigrants gathered in Pennsylvania and hitched oxen to wagons and the trail was cut across the Great Wagon Road and Wilderness Trail through the Great Appalachian Valley from Pennsylvania to Virginia; through the Carolinas, and from there to Georgia. The first known Indian attacks occurred with regularlity on…

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