: Two men standing by the trunk of the Logan Elm in Pickaway County, Ohio, June 11, 1899. The Logan Elm, according to local legend, was the location of a speech on Indian and white relations given by Chief Logan of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe in 1774. Known as "Logan's Lament," the speech included his grievances over the white settlers' betrayal and murder of his family and tribesmen. When the tree died in 1964, it was estimated to be between 200 and 300 years old, and was approximately 24 feet in circumference. In its place, the Ohio Historical Society and Pickaway Country placed a plaque, and, recently, the Society planted a pin oak tree in honor of Chief Logan and the legendary elm tree. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL01765 Subjects
: Seneca-Cayuga Tribe; American Indians in Ohio; American Indian history and society; Ohio History--Settlement and Early Statehood Places
: Pickaway County (Ohio)