American indian wars
On July 26, 1764, four Delaware (Lenape) warriors attacked the teacher and students at a schoolhouse in what is now Franklin County, Pennsylvania, near present-day Greencastle. They killed Enoch Brown, the schoolmaster and 10 children. One child (Archie McCullough), who had been scalped survived. When the warriors returned to their village and displayed the scalps, an elderly Delaware chief rebuked them as cowards for attacking children.