The Battle of Camden, Bibliography

Help me bring America back to God & God’s Law! ★★★★ ENLIST HERE ★★★★* indicates required Email Address * First Name * Last Name BIBLIOGRAPHY1 SOURCE MATERIAL ANALYZED SPARKS, JARED (1835. Boston). The Writings of George Washington. SPARKS, JARED (1853. Boston). Correspondence of the Revolution. Letters to Washington. CONTINENTAL CONGRESS (1780). Journals of the Continental …

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The Battle of Camden, Part 2

Help me bring America back to God & God’s Law! ★★★★ ENLIST HERE ★★★★* indicates required Email Address * First Name * Last Name PART IIBRITISH PLANS TO SUBJUGATE THE SOUTHERN PROVINCES—BATTLE OF CAMDEN, S. C., AUGUST 16,1780THE BRITISH RAISE PROVINCIAL CORPS AND MILITIAWhen General Clinton and Admiral Arbuthnot departed from Charleston on the 5th …

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Dr. Robert Brownfield on the Waxhaw Massacre

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Francis Marion, Chapter III, Campaign of 1781, part 1

Help me bring America back to God & God’s Law! ★★★★ ENLIST HERE ★★★★* indicates required Email Address * First Name * Last Name The year 1781 commenced under auspices more propitious than those of the last year. The British had exercised so much oppression and rapacity over all those who would not join them, …

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“Leonidas” to Cornwallis

Help me bring America back to God & God’s Law! ★★★★ ENLIST HERE ★★★★* indicates required Email Address * First Name * Last Name From Diary of the American Revolution, Vol II.  Compiled by Frank Moore and published in 1859. August 27.—A writer of South Carolina presents the following address to Lord Cornwallis:—”My lord,—As a …

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