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Fort Randolph was an American Revolutionary War fort which stood at
the confluence of the Ohio and Kanawha Rivers, where the town of
Point Pleasant, West Virginia, is now located. Built in 1776 on the
site of an earlier fort from Dunmore's War, the fort is best
remembered as the place where the famous Shawnee Chief Cornstalk
was murdered in 1777. The fort withstood attack by American Indians
in 1778 but was abandoned the next year. It was rebuilt in the
1780s after the renewal of hostilities between the United States
and American Indians, but saw little action and was eventually
abandoned once again. Two centuries later, a replica of the fort
was built nearby.
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