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Robert Griffing

Logan's Revenge

  Logan's Revenge by Robert Griffing  



Talgayeeta, better known as Chief Logan of the Mingo whose capacity for fairness and honorable conduct was well documented, was an advocate of peace. After his father Shickellamy's death, Logan became one of the ten leading Sachems or council chiefs of the Cayuga (Seneca) branch. Logan eventually left the Cayugas to become chief of the Mingos where he lived with his family at the mouth of Yellow Creek, near present day Stubenville, OH.

"Who is there to mourn for Logan?...Not one!" were the final words of Logan's Lament, his famous speech given to Lord Dunmore which summed up the feelings of anger and frustration over the brutal murders of his family by a party of disreputable frontiersmen. Upon discovery of his family's bodies, Logan swore revenge and within a short time, began reprisals on the scattered white settlers in the Ohio valley. The moving and emotional speech Logan's Lament is printed in its entirety at the bottom of each limited edition print.


Image size: 16" x 20"
Edition Size: 1250 signed and numbered paper prints
125 signed and numbered artist proof (a/p) paper prints


Related print: "Who is There to Mourn for Logan? Not one."


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