The Attack on Kit-Han-Ne
The Attack on Kit-Han-Ne, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, September 8, 1756. 2006 by Larry A. Smail.
Richly illustrated by its talented author, “The Attack on Kit-Han-Ne” recounts the events surounding the famous battle at what is now Kittanning, Pennsylvania, on September 8, 1756.
In an easy-to-read style, this work gives the reader a concise and clear understanding of the facinating history and struggles of the area leading up to General Armstrong’s victory over the Delaware Indians.
Highlights include: the French descending the Allegheny River; English demands on the French; Braddock’s defeat; the Kit-Han-Ne war chiefs; the burning of Fort Granville; Blanket Hill attack, and Indian raids in the Kittanning area.
This work contains a chronological table and over twenty-five illustrations and photos. It is 86 pages, 5.5″ by 8.5″, and soft cover. The price is $9.95.