Friendly Fire Incident at Fort Ligonier


Physical Description

Original Illustration from "Pennsylvania's Forbes Trail: Gateways and Getaways along the Legendary Route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh" Images for editorial use only with written permission from French and Indian War 250, Inc. For permission and hi resolution files, contact empire@alleghenyconference.org.

Specific History

Colonel George Washington risks life and limb to stop his Virginia soldiers from firing on one another on the dark and misty November evening that he later wrote haunted him for the rest his life. Amazing escapes like this built the Colonel's reputation for being bullet-proof."


Gerry Embleton, Artist


French and Indian War 250, Inc.