What were the native tribes in the Coraopolis Pa area?
Grave of OUR ENEMY on Neville Island. Supposed buriel mound in Stow Twp. Native Americans attacked troops in Beaver PA. Used the Broadhead Trail in Moon Twp.
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Before it was settled by Europeans, the county was mostly wilderness and uninhabited except for wandering Indians such as the Iroquois, who were the largest tribe in the area. The Allegheny River, Mountains, and County get their name from the Allegwi Indians who were also in the area. The first Europeans to enter the area were the French in 1749. Captain Pierre Joseph de Celeron, sieur de Blainville claimed the Ohio Valley and all of Western Pennsylvania for Louis XV of France. The captain travelled along the Ohio and Allegheny Rivers.