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George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
Copyright: - US National Park Service
George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
Description - This classic memorial building, located on the site of old Fort Sackville, commemorates the capture of the fort from the British by Lt. Col. George Rogers Clark, February 25, 1779, and the subsequent settlement of the region north of the Ohio River. The statue was sculpted by Hermon MacNeil.

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Report: The Park Ranger, Pam Nolan, was extremely knowledgeable about Gen. Clark and his expedition from the Ohio Falls to Ft. Vincennes. She was very busy with a group of school children touring the site, nevertheless, I learned more from her in an hour that I did in five previous trips to the Clark Memorial. Everyone at the site was very polite and friendly.

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George Rogers Clark National Historical Park, Turkey Run Park , Vincennes, IN, 47591, Phone: 703-285-2600

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Indiana - Indiana lies in the heart of the U.S. Midwest. It is characterized by industry in the northwest, cornfields and car racing in the state center and rolling hills and open spaces in the south.

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park - Official agency website


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