The Whiskey Rebellion
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David Bradford House, modern photograph
David Bradford Portrait
Espy House, modern photograph
Bower Hill Historical Marker
George Washington Reviews the Troops near Cumberland, MD
The painting depicts George Washington and his troops near Fort Cumberland, Maryland, before their march to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion in western Pennsylvania.
Broadside by John Neville
On May, 31, 1794, and again in early June, General John Neville took out ads listing names and addresses of county excise officers and calling on all distillers to register stills before the end of June. Almost immediately, the whiskey rebels moved…
Redstone, Old Fort Historical Marker
Illustration of Fort Burd, or Redstone
View of Mingo Creek Church and Manse
The present-day Manse at Mingo Creek Church is the site of the original Mingo Creek Meetinghouse, built in 1786.
Mingo Creek Church Historical Marker