Winter Quarters, Etc.

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Date October 26, 1792
Author Name Doctor Charles Brown (primary) Location: Camp Pittsburgh
Recipient Name Samuel Hodgdon (primary)
Summary General Wayne and four hundred men have for several days been examining the Indian shore of the Ohio for a place for winter quarters. He will probably fix on a spot 23 miles below Pittsburgh. Major Rudolph with the dismounted cavalry and a party of infantry went down the river for what looks like a long passage. Asks Hodgdon to give his plant a place in his house over the winter.
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Related Persons/Groups Samuel Hodgdon; Dr. Charles Brown; Colonel Gibson; Colonel Sargent; wagoner; invalid soldier; late levies; Indians; savages; General Wilkinson; friend; family; General Wayne; Major Rudolph; cavalry; infantry; surgeons mate; ;
Related Places Camp Pittsburgh; Fort Washington; Fort Hamilton; Ohio; Ohio River; Kentucky; ;
Keywords Colonel Sargeant's stores; stores; plant; houseroom; rifle; still; stone; tent; horses; house; ;
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