August 8th 1790: Engaging the Shawnee Village by John Buxton
This battle took place August 8, 1780 during the Revolutionary War. The British from Ft. Detroit were supplying the natives to attack the colonists in Kentucky and elsewhere, they also built a stockade fort for the Shawnee at their village, which is shown in the upper right corner of the image.
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