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After going one hundred and twenty leagues, I arrived at the fort of Chicagou, where M. Louis, where I arrived in the middle of January . Louis de Pimiteoui that Tonti had built in ; burned in andonly rebuilt in during the Black Hawk War but never occupied. Prior to the establishment of regular government mail service, mail was occasionally brought from Fort Clark to Chicago, but more often from Fort Wayne. The exact location is in dispute. When La Salle returned to Fort Frontenac for necessary supplies and Tonti left Crevecoeur to survey Le Rocher Starved Rock on the Illinois River in April, remaining discontented members mutinied, destroying the fort and the partially constructed vessel meant for exploration of the Mississippi.
They [the men] all agreed to it with good graces, and we repaired to the place that I had destined. On the 15th of January, towards evening a great thaw which opportunely occurred, rendered the river free from Pimitoui as far as there [the place destined]. It was a little tertre [flat elevation of earth] about feet from the river bank, up to the foot of which the river spread itself every time that it rained much. Two wide and deep ravines inclosed two other sides of the tertre and half of the fourth, which I caused to be completely inclosed by a ditch that joined the two ravines. All along the other edge of the ravines I caused to be placed good chevaux de frise [felled trees, with branches extending outward], had the slopes cut down all around, and with the dirt so excavated I caused to be built, on the top, a parapet capable of covering a man.
The whole covered [lined] from the foot of the tertre to the top of the parapet with long madriers [planks], the lower end of which was in groove between two long pieces of wood that extended all around the eminence, and the top of these madriers fastened by long longitudinal timbers themselves fastened by mortises and tenons with other pieces of timber that projected through the parapet. I did not change the shape of this plateau which, though not regular, was however sufficiently well flanked against savages. The forge was built along the curtain facing the woods. He designs and builds Fort Dearborn, becoming the first commandant; when cold weather arrives late inthe troops are modestly sheltered.
Four to five hundred Potawatomi attack, killing 52 soldiers and civilians. Fifteen Indians are slain in the action. A portion of the structure serves as a general hospital after July 11, The lighthouse collapses soon after completion and a new sturdier one is erected in Land Office in Chicago and receives a certificate. Government later contests the sale. Jamison remains until late autumn, detailedon recruiting-service. Also see Fort Dearborn garrison. Reoccupation took place on June 17,by two companies of regulars from Niagara under Maj. William Whistler, in preparation for the Black Hawk War. For a listing of all subsequent commandants and their terms of office, see Fort Dearborn commandants.
John Whistler and his soldiers in [arrival date, August 17], although not completed until the next year; made with rough logs locally hewn, not like the whitewashed ones of the second fort. Located at a latitude of 41 minutes, 51 seconds N and a longitude of 87 minutes, 15 seconds W, the fort stood on a sandy eight-foot-high hill, on the convex side of the Chicago River as it curved from an eastern to a southern flow direction, less than yards from the lakeshore. Along the Margin of Said Woods is good medow and supplyes the Garrison with hay. On the East side is the Lake. There has been a picket fence on the Opisite side of the river northwest of the Garrison as laid Down.
I thought it proper for the safety of the Garrison to have them taken up and replaced with a common rail fence. At this time the Garrison except the Houses on the Opisite side of the river being somewhat in the way is perfectly secure from any ambuscade or Barrier. The parraria on the south and southwest as already mentioned is of great extent. Maintaining the lonely fort in the vast wilderness and meeting the needs of its garrison was a difficult task for Captain Whistler; his unedited letter [see Chronology, ] to the Secretary of War Gen. Henry Dearborn reveals some of the problems that were confronted; the pay scale for military personnel at the fort follows.
Nathan Heald took over as commandant. The fort was evacuated and many of its inhabitants were massacred on Aug. The fort and the nearby Indian agency building were burned by Indians the following day and only the powder magazine, built of stone, remained; a cannon, thrown into the river by the soldiers before the evacuation, was retrieved by later residents and regularly fired at ceremonial occasions, until in it misfired and severely mutilated [see] Richard L. Wilson; it was then scrapped. For the location of the fort in the city today, one may note markers in the pavement at the corner of Wacker Drive and Michigan Avenue [see Monuments].
For a worthy description of what William Johnson found when he visited the fort insee Johnson, William. The first garrison, in number, came from the Third U. S Infantry in Detroit and arrived under the command of Capt. Hezekiah Bradley on board the schooner General Wayne on July 4,and immediately began to build a new fort over the former one. Moses Morgan was among the carpenters and other skilled laborers brought along to facilitate the effort; Alexander Robinson and Antoine Ouilmette, the locals, furnished ponies; pine timber was obtained from the wooded shore [near Lincoln Park] and rafted S along the shore.
Built on the same site as the first fort, the second fort was similarly aligned to the north-south axis, but had just one blockhouse and a single palisade, all made of native oak [For a picture of the blockhouse in see the entry on Lake House]. Early Julywhile unoccupied by troops, the fort was struck by lightning and the barracks on the E side, the storehouse, and part of the guardhouse at the south gate were destroyed; the structure continued to be used intermittently by the military until In Maythe fort was sold to Jean B. Supreme Court voided the contract and returned his money. InStephen S. Wright bought the blockhouse and all that remained of the stockade, disassembling the portions the following year; in his factory, he reworked the logs as souvenir furniture for himself and his friends.
The last remnant of the fort was destroyed in the Chicago fire, though according to Hurlbut, a building remained on South State Street, near the NE corner with 33rd Street inthat contained reused fort timbers. Save for the magazine, which had been built of brick, the fort and other public buildings were found to have been entirely destroyed, while the bones of those who had perished in the battle four years before still covered the scene of action. The houses on the north side of the river still stood, however, and certain French traders had occupied them more or less regularly during the years of the war.
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