Historical Marker Series

Braddock's Road and Maj. Gen. Edward Braddock

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General Edward Braddock in April 1755, accompanied by Gov. Horatio Sharpe of Maryland, traveled this road in a coach and six horses, on his way to Frederick, Md. to meet Benjamin Franklin and George Washington, to arrange for teams for the Fort Duquesne exp…
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In 1755 supplies for Braddock's army were stored here in Edward Shippen's strong stone house "at the back Run." James Burd, the son-in-law of Shippen, opened a road to carry these supplies to the west. After Braddock's defeat the remaining supplies were giv…
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General Edward Braddock traveled over this road in April 1755 (in a coach and six horses purchased from Gov. Horatio Sharpe of Maryland)after a protracted conference in Frederick with Benjamin Franklin and others concerning the securing of teams, wagons and…
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Colvin Run Road is a remnant of an 18th-century wagon road from the Shenandoah Valley to Alexandria that probably originated as an Indian path. George Washington passed by here in 1753 and 1754 en route to persuade the French on the Ohio River to withdraw f…
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General Edward Braddock in April 1755 (driven in his coach and six horses) crossed into Virginia near this point on his way to Fort Cumberland, after ten days' conference with Benjamin Franklin and others in Frederick, Md., arranging for teams and supplies …
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General Braddock's 1st camp on the march from Fort Cumberland to Fort Duquesne, June 11th to 13th, 1855. After building a road over Wills Mountain, Spendelow, an engineer, discovered a route by "The Narrows" and Braddock's Run and a second road was opened.
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The National Road has borne witness to many notorious comings and goings. The quiet atmosphere you'll find at Hagan's Tavern today is quite different from the raucous bawdiness of yesteryear. This tavern was a "place where the old bloats of the neighborhood…
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(Left Side): This monument marks the trail taken by the army of General Braddock, which left Alexandria April 9, 1755 to defend the western frontier against the French and Indians. Erected by the Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virgi…
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On April 23, 1755At a Tavern located near this spotGeneral Edward BraddockColonel George Washingtonand Benjamin FranklinMet to plan the Britishassault on Ft. DusquesneDuring the French & Indian WarThis plaque erected by the Kiwanis Club of FrederickJune 8, …
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Here lieth the remains of Major General Edward Braddock who, in command of the 44th and 48th regiments of English Regulars, was mortally wounded in an engagement with the French and Indians under the command of Captain M. de Beaujeu at the Battle of Mononga…
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