|Monument for the Indian town of Kittanning|
Corner of Market and North Water Streets
|The plaque on the Kittanning monument|
Another point of interest involves Indian Chief Shingas: After the events of 1756, Shingas seems to have had a change of attitude and way of life. Christian Frederick Post, a Moravian missionary who went to the Pennsylvania frontier to attempt peace, recorded that Shingas was a great warrior and was very kind to those he had taken prisoner. He is noted by a number of missionaries during this time period for the peaceful way he treated his prisoners.
The destruction of Kittanning will concludes with the Battle of Blanket Hill, which can be found here: Battle of Blanket Hill..