Brady's Bend

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Brady's Bend (autumn)

Brady's Bend, also known as Bradys Bend, is named for Captain Samuel Brady (1756–1795), famed frontier scout and the subject of many legends.

June 1779; Near this Western Pennsylvania location on the Allegheny River in what was then Seneca territory Brady led a force seeking to redress the killing of a settler, her four children, and the taking of two children as prisoners. The force surrounded a party of seven Indians apparently both Seneca and Munsee killing their leader (a Munsee warrior) and freeing the two children. - Wikipedia

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    • # Brenda Nelson

      Fabulous shots, Don - love the vibrant fall colors and the pristine landscape of the river's bend.

      2010.11.27 Edited Reply Cancel

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