September 22, 2021
History Speaks - John Bradstreet and Fort Frontenac
Wednesday, September 22
Through his Acadian mother's influence he was accepted into the regular British army in 1735. Bradstreet's early military service consisted of garrison duty in Nova Scotia, he would use his Acadian heritage to trade with the French at Louisburg. Bradstreet would eventually be captured by the French and use his capture as an intelligence gathering mission.
Join the Bushy Run Battlefield Heritage Society as George Bray presents a talk on John Bradstreet
Cost: $10. Click here to purchase tickets.