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March 2012

  • Spring Program - Peggy the Slave

    on Sat, 03/31/2012 - 1:41am

    Colonel Henry Bouquet, famous for his Battle of Bushy Run and freeing sieged Fort Pitt from Native American control was in the hunt to end this Native American uprising. Bouquet moved into Ohio Country from Fort Pitt with 1,150 soldiers and positioned himself in the Muskingum River valley. This placed him in the heart of tribal lands and would allow him to quickly strike the natives' villages if they refused to....

  • Huselton Event Flyer

    on Sun, 03/25/2012 - 12:39am

    This is the flyer to promote the 9/19/2009 event at Butler farm show.

  • Q

    Why was my account canceled?

    This site allows users to create their own accounts. Because account creation requires the creator to verify that the email address is valid, a significant amount of fake accounts are prevented from being set up. Nonetheless, there are a significant amount of idiots out there who are able to receive and respond to the verification email and create an account.

  • CTHS Founding Member Passes Away

    on Sat, 03/10/2012 - 9:33am

    On a sad note, recently on March 9th, one of our founding members passed away. Jim Hayes served as our first president in 1989 and 1990, and continued to serve on the board of trustees for many years thereafter. Some of you may not know that Jim was a reporter for the Pittsburgh Press and is the co-author of "The History of Cranberry Township", published in 1991. The board decided to shorten our March board meeting to about 20 minutes in order to attend Jim's funeral and express our condolences to his family. Read the Obituary