Parker Pabodie

(1735 - 1811)

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Parker Pabodie
1735 - 1811
Born
November 6, 1735
Little Compton, Newport, RI
Death
August 27, 1811
New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA
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Parker Pabodie was born on November 6, 1735 at Little Compton, Newport, RI. He died on August 27, 1811 at New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA at age 75.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Parker Pabodie was born on at Little Compton, Newport, RI
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Parker Pabodie died on at New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA
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Parker Pabodie was born on at Little Compton, Newport, RI
Parker Pabodie died on at New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA
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Parker Pabodie died on August 27, 1811 at New Lebanon, Columbia, New York, USA at 75 years of age. He was born on November 6, 1735 at Little Compton, Newport, RI. We are unaware of information about Parker's family or relationships.

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In 1800, Parker was 65 years old when the federal government moved from Philadelphia to Washington D.C. The site of the new capital had been chosen by President George Washington several years earlier and he appointed Pierre (Peter) Charles L'Enfant to lay out a plan for the new city.

In 1802, when he was 67 years old, on March 16, Congress established the United States Military Academy at West Point - the oldest of the five service academies in the United States and one of the oldest service academies in the world.

In 1811, in the year of Parker Pabodie's passing, on November 7th, the Battle of Tippecanoe was fought. American troops led by William Henry Harrison - then Governor of the Indiana Territory, later the 9th President of the United States - defeated the Native American warriors. A confederacy of Native American tribes opposed U.S. expansion into Indian Territory. but Tecumseh was gone, recruiting troops, and there was no military leader on the Native American side. The battle lasted 2 hours.

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