Indiana’s Timeless Tales – 1792 – 1794

Indiana’s Timeless Tales – 1792 – 1794

Explore Indiana’s early history using this journal of history stories from the beginning days of the Northwest Territory. A Timeline of Indiana History – 1792 – 1794 relates the time line of events that occurred between St. Clair’s Defeat to, and including the Battles of Fort Recovery and Fallen Timbers. Many of these stories of the Northwest Indian War are little known and obscure historical tales that the reader will enjoy learning.

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Table of Contents

January 01, 1792 – Early Indiana
January 24, 1792 – Wilkinson Departs for Fort Jefferson
January 30, 1792 – Lieutenant Colonel James Wilkinson Relief Mission Arrives Fort Jefferson
February 01, 1792 – Wilkinson Arrives at the Battle Site
February 11, 1792 – Indians Attack Hunting Party at Fort Jefferson
March 1793 – Fort St. Clair Constructed
March 05, 1794 – Congress Approves Act Creating the Legion of the United States
March 14, 1792 – John Francis Hamtramck Negotiates Treaty with Natives
March 30, 1792 – St. Clair Requests Court Martial
April 03, 1792 – Major Alexander Trueman Receives Instructions from Knox
April 07, 1792 – Wilkinson Dispatches Two Peace Missions
April 07, 1792 – St. Claire Resigns Commission
April 13, 1792 – Anthony Wayne Appointed Commander of the Legion of the United States
April 15, 1792 – Trueman and Freeman Parties Separate
April 15, 1792 – Trueman and Lynch Killed
April 16 – 1792 – Isaac Freeman, John Gerard, and John Hardin Killed
April 17, 1792 – William Smalley Before King Boconjehaulis
April 18, 1792 – Joseph Gerard’s Head Brought into Camp
Early May – 1792 – Smalley Reunited With His Indian Father
May 05, 1792 – Rufus Putnam Appointed Brigadier General
May 08, 1792 – Henry Knox Requests Hendrick Aupaumut Undertake Peace Mission
May 10, 1792 – Hendrick Aupaumut Departs Philadelphia
May 18, 1792 – John Heckeweller Receives Letter Requesting Aid in Crafting Treaty
May 25, 1792 – Hendrick Aupaumut Meets with Joseph Brandt
May 26, 1792 – Heckeweller Departs Bethlehem
June 01, 1792 – Kentucky Becomes State
June 02, 1792 – William Henry Harrison Promoted to Lieutenant
June 08, 1792 – Heckeweller Arrives Pittsburg
June 08, 1792 – Heckeweller and Putnam Depart on Peace Mission
June 09, 1792 – Heckeweller and Putnam Reach Charlestown
June 11, 1792 – Heckeweller and Putnam Reach Marietta
June 11, 1792 – Shawnee and Delaware Warriors Raid Fort Jefferson
June 25, 1792 – Hay Cutter’s Massacre
June 26, 1792 – Heckeweller and Putnam Depart Marietta
June 27, 1792 – Heckeweller and Putnam Arrive Gallipolis
June 28, 1792 – Heckeweller and Putnam in Gallipolis
June 30, Peace Expedition Reach Cincinnati
July 03, 1793 – Heckeweller and Putnam Learn of Trueman’s Fate
July 04, 1792 – Joseph Shaylor Reinstated by By General Wayne
July 05, 1792 – Heckeweller Explores Cincinnati
July 12, 1792 – William Wells Arrives at Cincinnati
July 14, 1792 – Messengers Arrive from Fort Jefferson
July 16, 1792 – Chief Jean Krouch Died
July 17, 1792 – Chief Jean Krouch Funeral
July 19, 1792 – Indian Prisoners Confer with Putnam
July 22, 1792 – Letter from Rufus Putnam to Secretary Knox
July 22, 1792 – Soldier Punished for Rebellion
August 06, 1792 – Indians Attack
August 11, 1792 – Military Supplies Arrive at Fort Washington
August 13, 1792 – Indian Attack Three Sites
August 16, 1792 – Prisoners Travel to Vincennes
August 18, 1792 – Putnam and Heckewelder Depart for Vincennes
August 20, 1792Heckeweller and Putnam Reach Fort Steuben
August 21, 1792 – The Putnam Party Traverses the Falls of the Ohio
August 22, 1792 – Heckeweller’s Description of the Falls
August 26, 1792 – The Putnam Party Departs
September 2, 1792 – The Putnam Party Reaches the Wabash River
September 04, 1792 – The Putnam Party Begins Voyage up the Wabash
September 04, 1792 – Anthony Wayne Announces the Formation of the Legion of the United States
September 13, 1792 – Putnam Releases Indian Prisoners to their Tribes
September 19, 1792 – Drovers Arrive With Cattle
September 20, 1792 – Heckeweller Tours Vincennes
September 24, 1792 – Negotiations Begin Treaty of Vincennes
September 27, 1792 – Treaty of Vincennes Signed
September 28, 1792 – Putnam Becomes Sick With Fever
September 29, 1792 – Indians Stage Celebration
September 30, 1792 – Gifts Distributed to the Indians
September 30, 1792 – Grand Council at the mouth of the Auglaize River
Early October – William Smalley’s Hunting Trip
Early October, 1792 – Smalley’s Brother’s Injury Foils their Plan
October 05, 1792, Heckeweller Begins Journey Along Buffalo Trace
October 09, 1792 – Heckeweller Party Reaches Buffalo Salt (French) Lick
October 11, 1792 – Heckeweller Party Overtaken by Thunderstorm
October 12, 1792 – Heckeweller Party Reaches Clarksville
October 16, 1792 – Heckeweller Party Departs Fort Steuben
October 24, 1792 – Heckeweller Party Reaches Fort Washington
November 01, 1792 – Heckeweller Party Departs Fort Washington
November 03, 1792 – Little Turtle, Captures 3 Soldiers from Fort Hamilton
November 06, 1792 – Little Turtle Attacks Fort. St. Clair
November 09, 1792 – Advance Party Begins Clearing Legionville Site
November 06, 1792 – Little Turtle Attacks Fort. St. Clair
November 28, 1792 – General Wayne’s Troops Arrive at Legionville
December 30, 1792 – Approximate Date of William Smalley’s Return
Early December 1792 – Wayne’s Army Completes Building Living Quarters – Training Resumes
Early March, 1793 – Indian Chiefs Visit Legionville to Discuss Terms for Peace
April 30, 1793 – Legion of the United States Departs Legionville
May 05, 1793 – Legion of the United States Arrives at Fort Washington
Early May 1793 – Wabash Tribes Gather for Council
Mid May, 1793 – Joseph Brandt Meets with John Graves Simcoe
May 24, 1793 – Wayne Sends Reinforcements to Fort Jefferson
June 1793 – William Henry Harrison Appointed Aide-De-Camp to General Wayne
July 07, 1793 – Indian Delegation Meets with Commissioners
July 10, 1793 – William Wells Reaches Indian Council
Late July 1793 – Brandt Meets With Indians at Sandusky
July 21, 1793 – Commissioners Reach Mouth of Detroit River
Late July 1793 – Grand Council Meets with United States Commissioners
August 13, 1793 – Indian Council Sends Declaration to United States Commissioners
August 25, 1793 – General Wayne Issues Marching Orders
September 16, 1793 – William Wells Delivers Report to General Wayne
October 07, 1793 – Wayne Begins March North
October 08, 1793 – Wayne’s Forces Reach Fort Hamilton
October 13, 1793 – Wayne Camps at Future Fort Greenville
October 17, 1793 – Natives Attack Supply Wagon Convoy
October 23, 1793 – Wayne’s Report to Knox
November 21, 1793 – Wayne’s Forces Begin Construction of Fort Greene
December 12, 1793 – Wayne Dispatches Force to Site of St. Claire’s Defeat
December 25, 1793 – Wayne’s Forces Reach Site of St. Claire’s Defeat
January 15, 1794 – Indiana Governor Noah Noble Born
February 19, 1794 – James Brown Ray – Indiana Governor (1794-1848)
Early March 1794 – Fort Recovery Complete
April 1794 – British Begin Constructing Fort Miami
April 1794 – Land Office Virginia Military District Opens
June 29, 1794 – Convoy Departs Fort Greenville for Fort Recovery
June 29, 1794 – British and Indian Force Arrive at Fort Recovery
June 30, 1794 – Little Turtle Attacks Fort Recovery Supply Train
July 01, 1794 – Battle of Fort Recovery
July 26 – 1794 – General Scott Joins Wayne’s Forces
July 28, 1794 – General Wayne Begins March from Greenville
July 29, 1794 – Wayne’s Army Reaches Fort Recovery
July 31, 1794 – Wayne’s Troops Halt to Build Bridge over Beaver Creek
August 01, 1794 – Wayne’s Troops Reach St. Mary’s River
August 02, 3, 1794 – Army In Camp
August 07, 1794 – Wayne’s Troops Reach Au Glaize River
August 08, 1794 – Wayne’s Troops Occupy Amerindian Headquarters
August 09, 1794 – General Wayne’s Troops Begin Building Fort
August 10, 1794 – General Wayne Dispatches Two Spies
August 12, 1794 – William Wells and Robert McClellan Return with Prisoners
August 13, 1794 – Wayne’s Troops Complete Fort Defiance
Mid August, 1794 – British Complete Fort Miamis
August 13, 1794 – Wayne Sends Miller Out with Letter Asking For Peace
August 15, 1794 – Legion of the United States Resumes March
August 16, 1794 – Wayne Received Reply to His Appeal for Peace
August 18, 1794 – Wayne’s Forces Reach Rocke De Bout
August 19, 1794 – Wayne Builds Fort Deposit
August 19, 1794 – Indian Chiefs Hold Council – Prisoner Executed
August 20, 1794 – Battle of Fallen Timbers
August 21, 1794 – Wayne’s Remain Encamped at Fort Miamis
August 22, 1794 – Wayne’s Forces Pillage Area Around Fort Miamis
August 23, 1794 – Wayne’s Troops Celebrate Their Victory, Honor the Dead
August 27, 1794 – Wayne’s Troops Return to Fort Defiance
September 13, 1794 – Captain Ephraim Kibbey Sent Out to Construct a Road Towards Kekionga
September 13, 1794 – Symmes Purchase
September 17, 1794 – Legion of the United States Arrived at Kekionga
September 19, 1794 – Ground Cleared for Construction of a Fort
September 22, 1794 – Wayne Begins Construction of Fort Wayne
September 26, 1794 – Searchers Find Two Deserters Killed
September 28, 1794 – Warriors Attack Party on Trail
September 30, 1794 – Supplies Arrive at Camp
October 02, 1794 Rebellion in the Camp
October 14, 1794 – General Scott’s Volunteers Depart
October 24, 1794 – Lieutenant Colonel Hamtramck Takes Command
October 26, 1794 – General Wayne’s Troops Depart Fort Wayne
November 02, 1794 – Wayne’s Troops Return to Fort Greenville
Acknowledgements
About the Author
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Indiana’s Timeless Tales- 1795 – 1800
January 1795 – Native Leaders Gather at Fort Greenville

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