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The rebuilt Fort LeBoeuf was burned by Indians during Pontiac's Rebellion in 1763. This etching shows the dramatic escape of the commanding officer, Ensign Price, and some of his men, through a hole they hewed through the back wall of the fort.
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The rebuilt Fort LeBoeuf was burned by Indians during Pontiac's Rebellion in 1763. This etching shows the dramatic escape of the commanding officer, Ensign Price, and some of his men, through a hole they hewed through the back wall of the fort.

Credit: The Indian Wars of the United States, 1892 Courtesy the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

The rebuilt Fort LeBoeuf was burned by Indians during Pontiac's Rebellion in 1763. This etching shows the dramatic escape of the commanding officer, Ensign Price, and some of his men, through a hole they hewed through the back wall of the fort.

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