National Geographic : 1955 Apr
( Natnonai ueograpnic society + Fort Defiance: Named for a Battle Cry This stronghold at the junction of the Maumee and Auglaize Rivers served as General Wayne's base during the 1794 campaign. "I defy the English, Indians, and all the devils in hell to take it," he boasted. Today the city of Defiance maintains the site as a park. Here Scouts raise U. S. and Ohio State flags. 482 oaacnromes ny National ueograpnic rnotograpner Bates iLttlehales + Greenville Commemorates Annie Oakley "Little Miss Sure Shot," whose marksmanship gained world fame, was born in northern Darke County, near Greenville. Mrs. Annie Fern Swartwout, a niece, shows her collection of mementos to a young woman cos tumed as Annie. Queen Victoria presented the opera glasses to the Ohio sharpshooter. The revolver is a Colt.