Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
George Clark visits Ingles Ferry Tavern Visitor Ingles Ferry Radford
1778/05/12 George R Clark and 160 Virginia militiamen float from Redstone PA, down the Monongahela River, pass through the Forks of Ohio and down the Ohio to Corn Island, 12 May 1778 to June 1778. Patriot commander Forks of the Ohio Pittsburgh The Campaign in the West
1778/06/00 George Clark and his militia train on Corn Island (Ohio River, near the Falls of Ohio), for most of the month of June 1778 Patriot commander Old Clarksville Site Clarksville The Campaign in the West
1778/06/28 After floating down the Ohio River, George Clark and his militia land at the mouth of Massac Creek a few hundred yards east of the Fort Massiac ruins and march overland to Fort Kaskaskia. Patriot commander Fort Massac State Park Metropolis, IL The Campaign in the West
1778/07/04 George Rogers Clark and his Virginia militiamen arrive at Fort Kaskaskia Patriot commander Fort Kaskaskia State Park Illinois The Campaign in the West
1779/02/05 Clark's forces march 180 miles through the prairies and flooded river valleys of the Illinois country, February 5-23 1779 Patriot commander The Campaign in the West
1779/02/25 American Colonials and French locals capture Fort Sackville from British Regulars. British General Henry Hamilton surrenders Fort Sackville to Colonel George Clark at St Francis Xavier church. Patriot commander Old Cathedral Complex Vincennes The Campaign in the West
1779/02/25 American Colonials and French locals capture Fort Sackville from British Regulars. British General Henry Hamilton surrenders Fort Sackville to Colonel George Clark at St Francis Xavier church. Patriot commander George Rogers Clark National Historical Park Vincennes The Campaign in the West
1780/00/00 Colonel Clark attacks the British stockade and drives the Shawnee out of Clark County Significant name Daniel Hertzler House Springfield
1784/00/00 Home Old Clarksville Site Clarksville
1804/05/00 William Clark shakes hands with his brother George Clark Old Clarksville Site Clarksville Lewis and Clark Expedition
1805/07/00 Sometime during July-September, Aaron Burr meets with General George Rogers Clark to solicit support for the creation of a new colony west of the Mississippi Listener Locust Grove Louisville, KY Aaron Burr Conspiracy
1807/09/06 William and George Clark arrive in Boone County to collect fossils at Big Bone Lick. Visitor Big Bone Lick State Park Kentucky
1809/00/00 George Rogers Clark home 1809-1818 Home Locust Grove Louisville, KY
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