- Edward,1695–1755, British general in America.
- a city in SW Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh: the site of General Braddock's defeat by the French and Indians 1755.
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The mayors who turned around the world's cocaine capital ( Medellin) and a dying steel town ( Braddock, Pennsylvania).The Reboot Begins
October 23, 2010
Talk with the mayor who brings an Ivy League mind and tattooed arms to save Braddock, Pennsylvania.Live Chat with John Fetterman
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October 14, 2010
Besides, Fetterman says, the newcomers aren't about to push anyone out of Braddock who hasn't left already.
Fetterman first came to Braddock in 2001 as an AmeriCorps volunteer.
He thinks of reinventing Braddock similarly, trying anything to get creative types to plant roots.
Boone met him on the Braddock campaign , and they became fast friends.Chronicles of Border Warfare
Alexander Scott Withers
That Braddock's wagons were small is evidenced by the loads carried.
Braddock went out from the fort and reconnoitered this section of road.
Seven criticisms were made of Braddock's advance to the forks of the Ohio.
You must have seen Colonel Washington in the Braddock campaign?Rodney, the Ranger
John V. Lane