Between 4000-5000 bodies rest here, including early French settlers, Cathedral priests, soldiers who died during the battle at Fort Sackville, slaves, Cathedral parishioners and other early residents of Vincennes. Almost all of the graves are mass graves and unmarked, although there are 10 small stones commemorating war dead as well as these two old stones that date back to 1800.
The George Roger Clark Memorial and visitors center. Roam around the grounds and stroll down along the Wabash River.
This is the site of one of the most amazing battles of the Revolutionary War.