July 9, 2019
Exhausted from the days events, George just wanted to rest. Moving within the light, he noticed something on his coat. Upon closer examination, he realized a tear in the fabric. Rolling up his sleeve, George could not find any markings on his skin. Removing his coat completely, he discovered three more bullet holes, yet nothing pierced his skin. He scratched his head wondering how this could have happened only to feel bullet fragments in his hair. Shocked, George slumped in his chair realizing only one thing could have saved him from such a fate.
Lieutenant Colonel George Washington of the Virginia militia was only 22 years old when he was sent to capture Fort Duquesne at the Point. (see Join, Or Die) On May 28, 1754, Washington, Mingo chief Tanacharison, and their forty men met roughly thirty French soldiers. Accounts conflict as to who fired first in the Battle of Jumonville Glen, but after a fifteen minute skirmish, at least ten Frenchmen lay dead, including their commander, Joseph Coulon de Jumonville, while the remaining twenty-one surrendered and were taken prisoner.
A few miles south of Jumonville Glen, Washington immediately began construction on Fort Necessity at Great Meadows and assumed full command as a colonel following the accidentally death of his commander, Colonel Joshua Fry. A month after Jumonville, Coulon’s brother, Captain Louis Coulon de Villiers, led over 700 men in an attack on Fort Necessity.
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