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Siege of Fort Pitt


This military siege occurred during Pontiac's War. This unsuccessful siege commenced during May of 1763, and periodically the Anishinabe soldiers and their allies, showed up to attempt to force the 600 or so English soldiers and civilians, to capitulate to them but the English were capable of protecting their strong fortification. While the Anishinabe soldiers were busy attacking the white fortification, they also launched raids on the illegal white settlers who had started farms around the vicinity of the unwanted white fortification. Anishinabe soldiers killed 100s, of the illegal white settlers.



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