|William Parker's farmhouse in Christiana, Pennsylvania|
|Artist rendition of the tragedy at Christiana.|
|Peter Woods, left, and Samuel Hopkins pose with the corn|
knife used in the Christiana Resistance in front of the ruins
of the home of William Parker.
|This knife was primarily used for harvesting corn|
on Pennsylvania farms, but became a weapon
during the battle with Gorsuch and his men on
September 11, 1851. This knife and the above
photographs are on display at Lancaster's Museum.