George Rogers Clark was a remarkable leader. His insight and cunning, coupled with his understanding and experience upon the frontier, made him a formidable adversary. Yet, he could do little without others to help in a variety of ways. Below is a short list of some of the other individuals involved in this exhilarating story of the frontier.
Links to other internet sites containing information about George Rogers Clark and the capture of Vincennes.
Indiana Historical Bureau - web page contains Col. George Rogers Clark's Memoir, Capt. Joseph Bowman's Journal, Roll of Clarks' officers and privates, Clark's grant land reciepents, Hamilton's Journal and more.
Locust Grove - This magnificent house was the home of George's sister Lucy and her husband William Croghan. George would spend the last nine years of his life at this home
Fort Massac State Park - This site was where George Rogers Clark and his men left their boats behind and began their overland journey to Kaskaskia in the summer of 1778.
Falls of the Ohio State Park - George Rogers Clark was given a grant of 6,000 acres near the Falls of the Ohio in Clarksville. This is where he spent much of his later years until he fell into declining health and moved to Locust Grove. Today Clark's cabin has been reconstructed.