Logstown On The Ohio

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Logstown (1725-27 - 1758) was the most important Woodland Native American village and trading post and was located 17 1/2 miles and 57 perches south of Fort Pitt on the north (right) bank of the Ohio River. Today, Route 65 straddles the site just north of the Borough of Ambridge, PA. The English and the French focused upon it for control of this land of the Iroquois Confederacy. Tanacharison was the appointed Native American leader and Logstown was visited both by the French Captain Celoron de Blainville and the Virginian George Washington.
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