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Braddock's Defeat



Braddock's Defeat
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Title: Braddock's Defeat
Description: This painting of an important event of the French and Indian War (1754-1763) was commissioned in 1903 by Robert Laird McCormick, president of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Charles Langlade, the Green Bay fur trader is on the left directing the attack with Indians from Wisconsin and Michigan (Ottawa, Chippewa, Menominee, Winnebago, Pottawatomie, and Huron). General Edward Braddock is just falling from his horse, and Major Washington is catching its bridle.

Image ID: 1900
Creation
Date:
July 9, 1755 
Creator
Name:
Deming, Edwin Willard
Collection
Name:
WHS Museum
Genre: Painting
Additional
Information:
Also known as The Battle of Monongahela. July 9, 1755. see also: ID 33763 Original painting is in the collections of the WHS Museum, 1942.488
Subjects: Menominee Indians
Ojibwa Indians
Potawatomi Indians
Ho Chunk Indians
Fur trade
Painting
Horses
Horse-drawn vehicles
Battlefields
Battles
Dead
Firearms
Ottawa Indians
Officers
Wyandot Indians
 

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