The primary Shawnee settlement in was located on the northern bank of Scippo Creek.
Non-hel-e-ma (The Grenadier Squaw), was the sister of Chief Cornstalk.
A conflict stemming from Shawnee land claims in Kentucky led to the Battle at Point Pleasant on November 10th, 1774
The Shawnee retreated back to the Pickaway Plains. Lord Dunsmore sent troops from Virginia to stop the rebellion. The Treaty of Camp Charlotte saved the villages from annihilation.
In 1777 Chief Cornstalk traveled to Camp Randolph to discuss the arising alliance between some of the Shawnee and British troops. He was detained, though staying true to his agreement of the Treaty of Camp Charlotte. As retaliation for a murder by a Shawnee raiding party. Chief Cornstalk and his son, Ellinipsico were killed.
Marker on Emerson Road telling the story of the villages that were once on the Pickaway Plains & the banks of Scippo Creek
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