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September 1763 Battle of Fighting Island


On Sunday September 4, 1763 a force of 300 brave Ojibway Soldiers attempted to capture an English schooner named Huron, attempting to bring supplies to Fort Detroit. In a following blunder, Ojibway Soldiers were fooled by one of those 14 English Soldiers on that schooner who either spoke Ojibway or was an Indian ally of whites. They were either told that if they dared to board their schooner, that gunpowder their schooner was carrying would be used to blow up their schooner and them. Or they were coerced into boarding that schooner. Anyway, after Ojibway Soldiers attempted to capture that English schooner carrying ammunition to Fort Detroit, English Soldiers commenced to leave their schooner but not without first setting off gunpowder schooner Huron was carrying. It exploded, leaving 15 brave Ojibway Soldiers dead and another 12 were wounded. White casualties were 8 killed and wounded in this naval battle fought near what is now Fighting Island which is less than 1/2 a mile east of Grassy Island. Fighting Island is much larger than Grassy Island. Ojibway Soldiers numbered near 340 in this naval battle which was an English failure to bring ammunition and weapons to Fort Detroit.



Battles of Pontiac's War

Battle of Piqua

Battle of Jumonville

Battle of Fort Necessity

Battle of Fort Beausejour

Battle of Monongahela

Battle of Lake George

Battle of Fort Bull

Battle of Fort Oswego

Kittaning Raid

Colonel Parkers Defeat

Battle of Fort William Henry

Battle of Bloody Creek

Battle of Snowshoes

Siege of Louisburg

Battle of Fort Carillon

Battle of Fort Frontenac

Battle of Fort Duquesne

Battle of Fort Ligonier

Raid on German Flatts

Battle of Fort Niagara

Battle of La Belle-Famille

Battle of Fort Ticonderoga

Battle of Beauport

Odanak Massacre

Battle of Quebec

Battle of Sainte-Foy

Battle of the Thousand Islands

Siege of Fort Detroit

Battle of Fort Sandusky

English Reinforcements Are Defeated

Battle of Fort St. Joseph

Battle of Fort Miami

Battle of Fort Ouiatenon

Battle of Fort Michilimackinac

Battle of Fort Venango

Battle of Fort Le Boeuf

Battle of Fort Presque Isle

Siege of Fort Pitt

Battle of Bloody Run

September 1763 Ojibwa Defeat

Battle of Devils Hole

Major John Wilkins November 1763 Defeat

Colonel Bradstreets October 18, 1764 Defeat

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