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Davidson Interpretive Center


category : Historic Sites
The Battle of Peckuwe was fought on this site in 1780 when forces from Kentucky, led by George Rogers Clark defeated forces consisting of Shawnee and Delaware warriors supported by British troops. The battle site which was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980, includes displays and self-guided tours of the battle site.


Hours: Open Monday through Friday 10:00 am-4:00 pm or by appointment.
Address: 980 South Tecumseh Road
Phone: (937) 882-6000
Our Website:www.clarkcountyparks.org/

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Davidson Interpretive Center

The Battle of Peckuwe was fought on this site in 1780 when forces from Kentucky, led by George Rogers Clark defeated forces c...