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Battle of Bloody Run II


Again the second "Bloody Run Battle of 1763", was fought near Detroit, Michigan. After the 280 English soldiers (minus 15 or so) had successfully entered Fort Detroit, they then agreed to leave the fort to give battle to the surrounding Anishinabek, who were holding Detroit in a siege. In "The 1763 Bloody Run Battle" that followed, the Anishinabek were victorious inflicting another 60 casualties on the English. Pontiac and other high ranking leaders from the Three Fires Confederation, were obviously in high moods after their brave soldiers defeated the invading English military force at "The Battle of Bloody Run" (the second battle known as the Bloody Run Battles of 1763), but they knew not to get their hopes up.



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