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Sullivan's March: Our Heritage
Sunday, March 5 at 3 p.m.
Presenter: Ed McMullen
Admission: Free thanks to the Endless Mountains Heritage Region with funding from PA DCNR
The Endless Mountains region is dotted with historical markers for Sullivan's March. Wyoming County alone has three of them. Engaging Sullivan's March was General Washington's response to the Wyoming Valley Massacre that killed more than 300 settlers of nearby Forty Fort in 1778. This massacre changed the course of the Revolutionary War, sending General Sullivan to eradicate the Great Iroquois Confederacy known as the Six Nations. Ed McMullen, historian and re-enactor, will tell the tale of this important part of our history and heritage and how to travel the trail in person.


 

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