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The Battle of Camden, Part I

PART IAN AMERICAN ARMY ORGANIZED TO RECOVER THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA FROM BRITISH SUBJUGATIONREVIEW OF MILITARY CONDITIONS IN THE UNITED STATES IN 1780The principal battle grounds of the first four years of the War for Independence, waged by the thirteen Colonies against the mother country, were located in the Northern States, following which period,…

Washington and His Comrades: Chapter IX

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The War in the South After 1778 there was no more decisive fighting in the North. The British plan was to hold New York and keep there a threatening force, but to make the South henceforth the central arena of the war. Accordingly, in 1779, they evacuated Rhode Island and left the magnificent harbor of…

Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Smith Shaw

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London November 21 1786 My Dear sister Mr Sparhawk calld upon us a Day or two ago, and deliverd me your kind Letter of: july the 20th. It was of a latter date than any I had received from you tho near four months old. It was a little unfortunate for the Gentleman that mr…

Affairs in Charleston, S. C. – Patriotic Women

From Diary of the American Revolution, Vol II.  Compiled by Frank Moore and published in 1859. May 20.—A writer in the British army at Charleston, South Carolina, in a letter to his friend in London, says:— “The retrograde progress of our arms in this country, you have seen in your newspapers, if they dare tell…