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Welcome to the official website of author Jason A. Cherry.  Take a moment to browse my site and learn more about one of the founding fathers of Pittsburgh, William Trent,who helped shape the early age of America we know today by constructing the first outpost at the Forks of the Ohio in Spring of 1754.

 

A Bit About Me

When I was ten years old, my parents took my brother and I to our first living history French and Indian War event at Fort Frederick and I was captivated from the beginning.  It was there in 1990 that I was introduced to the world of Captain William Trent and the rest they say is truly History.  With the recent announcement of my book, I look to finally tell the world the untold story of Pittsburgh's lost outpost.

 
Signings/Talks

April 13, 2019

Butler County PA DAR private meeting

Butler, Pennsylvania

April 25-28, 2019

Fort Frederick Market Days

Big Pool, Maryland

May 4, 2019

Bushy Run Battlefield

Jeanette, Pennsylvania

June 1, 2019

Barnes and Noble Author Event

Bethel Park, Pennsylvania

June 11, 2019

BCHS meeting at YWCA

Butler, Pennsylvania

June 15, 2019

Butler Area Public Library

Butler, Pennsylvania

June 18, 2019

Barnes and Noble Bookstore

Settlers Ridge, Pennsylvania

July 5-7, 2019

Fort Niagara French and Indian War Encampment

Youngstown, New York

July 21, 2019

William Trent House 

Trenton, New Jersey

August 12, 2019

Springdale Free Public Library

Springdale, Pennsylvania

Sept 21, 22, 28, 29, 2019

Penns Colony Festival

Saxonburg, PA 

Oct 2, 2019

South Fayette Library

Morgan, PA

Oct 5, 2019

Prickett's Fort

Fairmont, WV

Oct 10, 2019

Washington's Trail 1753 Symposium

Cranberry Twp, PA

Oct 12 and 13, 2019

Fort Ligonier Days

Ligonier, PA

Nov 1-2, 2019

BRPA French and Indian War Seminar

Hopwood, PA

Nov 10, 2019

French and Indian War Foundation Annual Meeting

Winchester, VA

 

 “that if properly impower’d to do so, I will stop the French advance during the winter.”

-William Trent to Robert Dinwiddie, January 6, 1754

 

Get In Touch

One of the greatest perks of my job is getting feedback and interacting with readers. Contact me if you’ve got any comments or questions for me, I’d love to hear from you.