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Within three years, most of North Carolina's population increase, driven mainly by the immigration of Scots-Irish and German settlers traveling from Pennsylvania on the Great Wagon Roadwas occurring in seven western counties created after Part of the same tract was used for the Fourth Creek Congregation Meeting House so named because the settlement was on the fourth creek one would pass traveling west on the South Yadkin River from Salisbury inwhich was the principal structure around which the modern city of Statesville was founded.
Francis Brown and future governor Richard Caswellcommissioners appointed by Dobbs to inspect frontier defenses,  wrote the following report to the North Carolina General Assembly on December 21, The address to the king further noted that after the fall of Fort Oswego to the French and their native allies in Comparison oneida and cherokee year, the legislators did not believe that Fort Dobbs would provide a substantial defensive advantage.
Catawba raiding parties even struck as far as the largest western settlement, Salisburybreaking into a session of court held by Peter Henley, Royal Chief Justice of the Province of North Carolina. Oral tradition in Iredell County holds that two such swivel guns were mounted at Fort Dobbs, but evidence of the exact quantity present at the fort has not been conclusively established.
The governor gave specific instructions on July 18,in a letter sent from New Bern to Waddell, who had just finished supervising the construction of the fort, and two other men, stating: I have given Orders to make you or any two of You a Commission as often as Necessary to go and make complaints to the Chief Sachims of the Cherokee and Catauba Nations when any Murders Robberies or Depredations are made by any of their People upon the English and to know whether it is done by their Orders or Allowance and if not to give up the Delinquents if Known or then when not Known that they should give Strict Orders to their Hnnters [ sic ] and warriors not to rob Kill or abuse the English Planters their Bretheren and Destroy their Horses cows Swine or Corn and if they should afterwards do it that the English their Bretheren would be Obliged to repell force with force and in Case they dont own to what Nation they belong that they will be treated as other Indian Nations in alliance with our Enemies the French who are now Spiriting them up to make war against us.
In one instance, Dobbs instructed Waddell to turn over a settler who had killed a Catawba hunter in order to placate the hunter's tribesmen, in the event assurances that the settler would be brought to justice under the province's laws did not persuade the Catawba to remain friendly with North Carolina.
Workmen under Waddell's command began construction inbut inCatawba leaders, influenced by South Carolina Governor William Lytteltoninformed North Carolina's government that they no longer wished for this second fort to be built, and construction of the second fort was permanently halted.
Anglo-Cherokee War During the Anglo-Cherokee Warwhich occurred during the later years of the French and Indian War, the fort served as the base for a company of North Carolina provincials tasked with repelling Cherokee raids in the western portion of the province when hostilities broke out between that tribe and the British provinces in The Anglo-Cherokee War began in after the capture of Fort Duquesne by the British and their native allies, including the Cherokee.
After that fort was taken, the focus of combat in the French and Indian War moved northward, further away from the Cherokee homelands, and a number of Cherokee warriors felt that their contributions to the war effort were unappreciated. Several colonies, including Virginia and South Carolina, promised the Cherokee that they would build forts near their lands to protect them from hostile attack in exchange for warriors that had been supplied for the war effort.
Eventually tensions between the Cherokee and the colonists reached a head when Cherokee warriors were attacked by settlers in Virginia, including an unknown number who were ambushed by frontier militia groups who alleged that the Cherokee had slaughtered cattle and stolen horses that belonged to Virginian settlers.
After this and similar occurrences, younger, pro-French leaders among the Cherokee instigated attacks against settlers throughout the frontier. The colonial military of the South Carolina, which considered the Cherokee towns to be within its sphere of influence, responded by assaulting Cherokees, taking more scalps from the Cherokee and selling them to British authorities, and the colonial government refused to engage in negotiations with even the most sympathetic Cherokee leaders.
In raids on April 25 and 26,several parties of Cherokee led by Moytoy of Citico struck at settlements on the Yadkin and Catawba Rivers against the wishes of Cherokee leaders such as Attakullakullakilling around 19 men, women and children, and taking more than 10 scalps from those killed, including eight scalps from settlers living on Fourth Creek.
Lyttelton had the delegations put under armed guard, and secured them at Fort Prince George. Several of the signatories for the Cherokee intended to disavow their promises as soon as they were able, in order to seek retribution for the capture of their peace delegations.
Between January and February,more than 77 settlers on the Carolina frontier were killed by Cherokee war parties, and the British settlement boundaries had been effectively pushed back by more than miles.
During that battle, approximately 10 to 13 warriors died, and one or two provincial soldiers were wounded, while one young boy was killed. Waddell described the action in an official report to the Governor on February 29, For several days I observed that a small party of Indians were constantly about the fort, I sent out several small parties after them to no purpose, the evening before last between 8 and 9 o'clock I found by the dogs making an uncommon noise there must be a party nigh a spring which we sometimes use.
As my garrison is but small, and I was apprehensive it might be a scheme to draw out the garrison, I took out Captain Bailie who with myself and party made up ten; we had not marched yards from the fort when we were attacked by at least 60 or 70 Indians. I had given my party orders not to fire until I gave the word, which they punctually observed: On my side I had 2 men wounded one of whom I am afraid will die as he is scalped, the other is in a way of recovery and one boy killed near the fort whom they durst not advance to scalp.
I expected they would have paid me another visit last night, as they attack all fortifications by night, but they did not like their reception. Initially, though, Governor Dobbs notified Governor Lyttelton of South Carolina that the North Carolina militia would be unable to assist because it could not be compelled to leave the province.
On March 7,the North Carolina General Assembly's Committee on Public Claims recommended to Governor Dobbs that stores and supplies be removed from the fort to spare the government further expense in upkeep. Evidence of this dig was discovered in the 21st century in a later archaeological study.
Bythe Chapter erected a stone marker at the site, and init purchased the 10 acres of land surrounding the original donated parcel.
Bythe land was opened as a historic site. Excavation began inand bythe site of the fort was confirmed. InStanley Southan archaeologist and proponent of processual archaeologydiscovered that by overlaying a transparency depicting a survey of the Fort Dobbs site done in the midth-century on a modern aerial photograph, evidence of the surveyed lines could still be discerned in the modern terrain.
Additionally, excavations revealed a moat that surrounded the blockouse, as well as trash in the moat contemporary with the fort. The visitor center, located in a log cabin constructed from parts of local, 19th-century log structures, features displays about both the colonial fort and the French and Indian War period.
Events, including many living history demonstrations, are held throughout the year at the fort. The original foundation and chimney has been rebuilt, and full restoration of Fort Dobbs is underway.
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