After visiting Historic Schoenbrunn Village we drove to Gnadenhutten Historical Park & Museum. Before walking through the park watch the video in the Museum and see the exhibits of Indian life in Ohio to get a "feel" for the village depicted in the park. The park includes the mass grave of the 90 Christian Indians killed during the final months of the Revolutionary War. Enter the two log buildings (one is the meeting house and the othe a cabin) that commemorate the tragic massacre. Imagine that this village might have looked similar to Schoenbrunn when the missionaries and Christian Indians lived there. Now it stands silent as a reminder of this tragedy.
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