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Cowpens 1781

Author : Ed Gilbert
ISBN : 9781472822376
Genre : History
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This is a blistering account of the battle of Cowpens, a short, sharp conflict which marked a crucial turning point in the American Revolution. With Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton and the British troops in hot pursuit, Daniel Morgan, leading a small force of 700 Continentals and militia, chose the Cowpens as the battlefield in which to make a stand. The two forces clashed for barely more than 45 minutes, yet this brief battle shaped the outcome of the War in the South and decisively influenced the conflict as a whole. The authors provide a shrewd analysis of what was perhaps the finest tactical performance of the entire war. Bird's-eye views, vivid illustrations and detailed maps illuminate the dynamism of this clash between two of the most famous commanders of the War of Independence.

A Devil Of A Whipping

Author : Lawrence E. Babits
ISBN : 080784926X
Genre : History
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Offers a freshly documented, detailed investigation of the exemplary military tactics that secured the Americans' victory in the battle of Cowpens, South Carolina, in January 1781 and turned the tide of the Revolutionary War in their favor. UP.

The Battle Of Cowpens

Author : Edwin C. Bearss
ISBN : 1570720452
Genre : History
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"A highly detailed narrative of the movements preceding the battle and of the bloody conflict on that bitter Wednesday morning, January 17, 1781. ... The battle was decisive in that it heartened the Patriots and cast a pall of gloom over the British army and their Tory sympathizers."--Cover.

The Battles Of Kings Mountain And Cowpens

Author : Melissa A. Walker
ISBN : 9781136176098
Genre : History
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The American South is so identified with the Civil War that people often forget that the key battles from the final years of the American Revolution were fought in Southern states. The Southern backcountry was the center of the fight for independence, but backcountry devotion to the Patriot cause was slow in coming. Decades of animosity between coastal elites and backcountry settlers who did not enjoy accurate representation in the assemblies meant a complex political and social milieu throughout this turbulent time. The Battles of Kings Mountain and Cowpens brings to light the world of the Southern backcountry that engendered its role in the Revolutionary War. With careful attention to political, social, and military history, Walker concentrates on the communities and events not typically covered in books on the Revolutionary War. Through government documents, autobiographies, correspondence, and diaries, The Battles of Kings Mountain and Cowpens gives students of the Revolution an important new perspective on the role of the South in the resolution of the fighting.

Trenton And Princeton 1776 77

Author : David Bonk
ISBN : 9781846038211
Genre : History
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Pursued by British forces, Washington and his remaining 5,000 men resolved on a risky strike against the British and Hessian positions across the Delaware River. Crossing the river, Washington took the Trenton garrison for the loss of only four men, before outflanking Cornwallis' 8,000-strong force and marching on Princeton. His military reputation established, Washington's victory restored American morale and turned the tide of the war.

The Battle Of Cowpens

Author : Kenneth Lewis Roberts
ISBN : OCLC:28093312
Genre : Cowpens, Battle of, Cowpens, S.C., 1781
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American Hannibal

Author : Jim Stempel
ISBN : 194640926X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In his compelling account of the Battle of Cowpens, Jim Stempel makes the case that Morgan's victory closely mirrors Hannibal's extraordinary triumph at Cannae, regarded by many as one of the greatest military accomplishments of all time.

The Road To Guilford Courthouse

Author : John Buchanan
ISBN : 1620456028
Genre : History
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A brilliant account of the proud and ferocious American fighters who stood up to the British forces in savage battles crucial in deciding both the fate of the Carolina colonies and the outcome of the war. ""A tense, exciting historical account of a little known chapter of the Revolution, displaying history writing at its best.""--Kirkus Reviews ""His compelling narrative brings readers closer than ever before to the reality of Revolutionary warfare in the Carolinas.""--Raleigh News & Observer. ""Buchanan makes the subject come alive like few others I have seen."" --Dennis Conrad, Editor, The Nathanael Greene Papers. ""John Buchanan offers us a lively, accurate account of a critical period in the War of Independence in the South. Based on numerous printed primary and secondary sources, it deserves a large reading audience."" --Don Higginbotham, Professor of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Long Obstinate And Bloody

Author : Lawrence Edward Babits
ISBN : 9780807832660
Genre : History
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Argues that, although the British won the Battle of Guilford Courthouse, the losses they sustained were significant enough to force a withdrawal from the state, and were an important factor in their final defeat at Yorktown, which ended the American Revolution.

Savannah 1779

Author : Scott Martin
ISBN : 9781472818669
Genre : History
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In 1778 Great Britain launched a second invasion of the southern colonies as part of the "southern strategy†? for victory in the American Revolutionary War. A force of 3,000 British soldiers, Hessians and Loyalists was dispatched from New York City to capture Savannah, capital of the State of Georgia. The city fell in December 1778, and became a base for British operations in the southern colonies. Desperate to regain one of the most important southern cities, Continental troops under General Benjamin Lincoln joined forces with a French naval expedition under the Admiral Charles-Henri d'Estaing in an an all-out assault on the British fortified positions protecting Savannah. This fully illustrated study examines the costly French and Patriot attempts to retake Savannah. Replete with stunning artwork and specially commissioned maps, this is the complete story of one of the bloodiest campaigns of the American Revolutionary War.

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