1929 2c George Rogers Clark

# 651 - 1929 2c George Rogers Clark

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U.S. #651
1929 2¢ George Rogers Clark

Issue Date:
February 25, 1929
First City: Vincennes, IN
Issue Quantity: 16,684,674
 

On February 24, 1779, George Rogers Clark led a siege of Vincennes, forcing the British to surrender.  After the French and Indian War, the British occupied the majority of the trans-Appalachian frontier.  They soon passed the Proclamation of 1763, making the settlement of land west of the Appalachian Mountains illegal for colonists.  The British responded harshly to settlers who ignored this decree, sending Native American war parties after trespassers.

 

 

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U.S. #651
1929 2¢ George Rogers Clark

Issue Date:
February 25, 1929
First City: Vincennes, IN
Issue Quantity: 16,684,674
 

On February 24, 1779, George Rogers Clark led a siege of Vincennes, forcing the British to surrender.  After the French and Indian War, the British occupied the majority of the trans-Appalachian frontier.  They soon passed the Proclamation of 1763, making the settlement of land west of the Appalachian Mountains illegal for colonists.  The British responded harshly to settlers who ignored this decree, sending Native American war parties after trespassers.