On the Revolutionary War
Dr. James Craik recounts a meeting with an Indian chief who predicted that George Washington could not be killed in battle and…
James Craik was one of Washington’s oldest and closest friends. They met while serving in the Virginia Regiment during the French and Indian War and later Craik served under Washington during the American Revolution. In 1781 he was appointed “chief physician and surgeon of the army” by Congress. Dr. Craik was also Washington’s personal physician and one of three doctors who attended George Washington on his deathbed in 1799.
Dr. James Craik recounts a meeting with an Indian chief who predicted that George Washington could not be killed in battle and…Watch The Video
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Dr. James Craik discusses the final hours of his friend George Washington and the medical treatments doctors used in an attempt…Watch The Video