The Winning of the Revolutionary War in the South: From Camden to Yorktown, August 1780-October 1781 : a Sketch
Atlanta Chapter, Georgia Society, Sons of the American Revolution, 1976 - 21페이지
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American Army American cause American forces American Militia American Revolution artillery Atlanta Chapter attack Banastre Tarleton Baron deKalb BATTLE OF CAMDEN BATTLE OF COWPENS Battle of Kings bayonet Benjamin Lincoln British Army British forces British soldier British troops Buford Camden captured casualties Catawba cavalry Charleston Charlotte Colonel Pickens Colonel William Commander in Chief Continental troops Cowpens Creek crossed Daniel Morgan defeat Delaware troops detachment dragoons Elijah Clarke encamped enemy Eutaw Springs fight fire flank fought Fusiliers Georgia Greene's army Guilford Court House Horatio Gates horse infantry killed Kings Mountain leader Lord Charles Cornwallis Lord Cornwallis Lord Rawdon marched Maryland and Delaware musket Nathaniel Greene Ninety-Six numbers October officers oncoming British ordered Pickens of South rear Regiment reinforced retreat rifle riflemen River saber Savannah second line sides siege SIEGE OF SAVANNAH Sir Henry Clinton South Carolina SOUTHERN CAMPAIGN surrender sword Tarleton Tory Militia victory Virginia volleys wagons Washington William Washington's wounded Yorktown