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Frenchtown also borders the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and is south of Milford borough.
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The areas included in the Newport community extend into Frenchtown Charter Township to the south and also includes the Enrico Fermi Nuclear Generating Station.
In 1997 the Plentywood Wildcat football team also made it to the state championship losing to Frenchtown 27-20 after being up 20-7 at halftime.
The Battle of Frenchtown, also known as the Battle of the River Raisin or the River Raisin Massacre, was a series of conflicts that took place from January 18 – 23, 1813 during the War of 1812.
The plural term Battles of Frenchtown is also used to refer to the overall conflict between January 18 – 22.
The small settlement, which grew to only a few dozen inhabitants, was abandoned a few decades later during the War of 1812 after the American Army's catastrophic defeat at the Battle of Frenchtown ( also known as the Battle of the River Raisin or the River Raisin Massacre ).
The expansion could also include areas of significant permanent populations, such as the islands of Grosse Ile Township, the riverfronts of several Downriver communities, Berlin and Frenchtown charter townships, and Monroe.
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Frenchtown and Pennsylvania
It runs from the Uhlerstown-Frenchtown Bridge at the Delaware River border with Pennsylvania in Frenchtown east to an intersection with U. S. Route 202 and Route 31 at the Flemington Circle in Flemington.
Route 12 begins at the Uhlerstown-Frenchtown Bridge over the Delaware River in Frenchtown at the Pennsylvania / New Jersey border, where it connects to Pennsylvania Route 32.
The first bridge across the Delaware at Frenchtown was a six-span covered wooden bridge built in 1841 on the five piers that still stand today, and the community became a gateway to Pennsylvania.
The Uhlerstown-Frenchtown Bridge, a free Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission bridge over the Delaware River connects Frenchtown to Uhlerstown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Treasure Island is a Boy Scout property located between Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania and Frenchtown, New Jersey, United States.
On March 28, 1877, the New Castle and Frenchtown was merged into the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad, part of the Pennsylvania Railroad system.
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It is named for Colonel John Allen, who was killed leading his men at the Battle of Frenchtown, during the War of 1812.
The county is named for Captain Nathaniel G. S. Hart, a Kentucky militia officer in the War of 1812 who was wounded at the Battle of Frenchtown and died in the Massacre of the River Raisin.
The county is named for Captain John Edmonson ( 1764 – 1813 ), a veteran of the American Revolutionary War who was killed at the Battle of Frenchtown during the War of 1812.
The county is named for Colonel John Allen, who was killed at the Battle of Frenchtown, Michigan during the War of 1812.
The township is bordered on the south by Frenchtown Charter Township and by Ash Township on the west.
The community is in Frenchtown Charter Township on the shore of Lake Erie about three miles northeast of downtown Monroe.
Today, the city has a strong sense of historic preservationism and is remembered for the Battle of Frenchtown during the War of 1812, as well as being the childhood residence of George Armstrong Custer and other members of his family, including his wife Elizabeth Bacon and brother Boston Custer.
The community is in Frenchtown Charter Township on the shore of Lake Erie about seven miles northeast of downtown Monroe.
The community is in Frenchtown Charter Township on the shore of Lake Erie about four miles northeast of downtown Monroe.
Frenchtown is the northern terminus of Route 29, the western terminus of Route 12, and the southern terminus of Route 513.
* Matthias W. Baldwin assembles an English-built steam locomotive, the Delaware, for the Newcastle and Frenchtown Railroad ; this is the first railroad locomotive that Baldwin works on.
The Battle of Frenchtown is so named because it took place within Frenchtown, in the Michigan Territory, although much of the land on which it took place is now incorporated within the city of Monroe.
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Only south of Fort Detroit, the residents of Frenchtown feared threats from the British and Native Americans, who had now occupied the area.
The creek rises in London Township in the north-central portion of the county and flows southeast into Lake Erie at Sterling State Park on the south side of Detroit Beach in Frenchtown Charter Township.
It was founded just north of Frenchtown, which was settled slightly earlier just south along the banks of the River Raisin.