Paul Calloway

February 21, 2022

George Washington’s Most Earnest Desire for the United States – to Command the Rivers at Fort Wayne

In 1778, Cartographer Thomas Hutchins published a map that would become a personal favorite of our nations first President, George Washington. The work entitled “ A […]
December 15, 2021

Congress Investigates Josiah Harmar for his Defeat at Kekionga (Fort Wayne)

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA: The First Congressional Investigation: Congressional Investigations are commonplace these days – but the very first Congressional Investigation was of the George Washington Administration in […]
December 15, 2021

Anthony Wayne builds his Fort at Fort Wayne

Shortly after Wayne’s arrival at the three rivers in present day Fort Wayne, a site was selected on the South side of the Maumee River (opposite […]
December 15, 2021

Why was Anthony Wayne known as Mad Anthony?

Did Anthony Wayne earn his sobriquet, “Mad Anthony Wayne” after the Battle of Stony Point? Unlikely. “Long after Wayne’s death , when veterans of his campaigns […]