1758, General John Forbes leads yet another campaign against the
French at the forks of the Ohio. At his side are few native allies.
Among them are warriors of the Cherokee and Catawba nations. They
are the eyes of the army keeping careful watch on the trails west
of the Alleghenies, often coming within sight of Fort Duquesne itself.
Here we see a single silent warrior as he keeps a patient watch
over the French across the Monongahela.