Killed Ann Charity after being accused of witchcraft

On the evening of May 26, 1782, Col. William Crawford and his army camped in the ruins of the Moravian mission town of Schonbrunn on their way to attack the villages of British-allied Native Americans along the Sandusky River in north-central Ohio.

That night, as Crawford slept, legend has it that he had a horrible dream. In his dream, he saw a Delaware Indian, Ann Charity, leading the skeletons of 96 Christian Native Americans recently massacred by Pennsylvania militiamen in the mission town of Gnadenhutten.

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