One of the fascinating things about frontier war was how quickly it became popular and how quickly it became interpreted for an audience - whether it was Benjamin West's 'Death of Wolfe' and the cult surrounding that hero's death but also the character of Robert Rogers as a great Indian fighter. This was mainly due to his writings - the most interesting to me was his play which he wrote during his stay in London in 1766 around the events of 1763 Ponteach [Pontiac]: or the Savages of America which is up for your delight at the great Project Gutenberg. I'd love to see it staged, though I guess the dialogue might not sit well with contemporary sensibilities but its worth as a historical artefact is undisputed. In fact it could even be described as the first 'Western' as it deals with the events at the far western tip of European settlement - and that's something to think about.
Reading the preface it was never staged in London though it may have been done at Lake George - an appropriate setting indeed.