Father Millet Cross

Local nameFather Millet Cross

The Father Millet Cross is a memorial on the grounds of Fort Niagara in Youngstown, New York. The 18-foot bronze cross is a replacement for the wooden cross erected by Pierre Millet at the New French Fort Denonville in 1688. During the preceding winter, disease and starvation overwhelmed the fort's garrison of a hundred men and only twelve of them were saved by a rescue party. Father Millet, a Jesuit missionary, was with this rescue party.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father_Millet_Cross

Address 14174, United States

Coordinates 43°15'48.701" N -79°3'46.699" E

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