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English: The Battle of Vincennes in the American Revolutionary War was fought on February 23 – February 25, 1779. A small force of American soldiers led by George Rogers Clark encircled Fort Sackville at Vincennes, Indiana, and continued marching around it until the Indians and British garrisoned there were convinced that there were hundreds of soldiers.
Date 1923

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