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The Great Meadows Lying Before Fort Necessity

Location: Farmington, PA > Fort Necessity Season: Autumn
Type: Place Added: 06/02/2003
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Pictured is a distant view of the recreated palisade Fort Necessity located near Farmington, Pennsylvania. The Great Meadows, proclaimed by George Washington to be a charming field for an encounter, was a natural openness in a dark forest thick with enormous hemlocks and white pines that made up Pennsylvania’s virgin forest. This battlefield resulted in the first and last surrender by Washington.

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