Aracoma Corn Cornstalk (1724 - 1780)

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Birthplace: Shawnee, KS, American Colonies
Death: Died in Islands, Logan, West Virginia, United States
Managed by: James McCullough, Jr.
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About Aracoma Corn Cornstalk

one of America's most romatic legends, the story of Princess Aracoma and British Soldier, Boling Baker. The story grew in Logan County, West Virginia around the authentic details of an incident in the history of the region more than 200 years ago. The story asserts that Princess Aracoma and a British Soldier, Boling Baker, moved into this valley sometime close to the year 1760 and lived in peace on the island (today's City of Logan) until 1780.

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Shawnee, KS, American Colonies
Age 56
Islands, Logan, West Virginia, United States