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The Papers of General Nathanael Greene, Vol. 9: 11 July 1781-2 December 1781 ePub download

by Dennis M. Conrad,Roger N. Parks,Martha J. King

  • Author: Dennis M. Conrad,Roger N. Parks,Martha J. King
  • ISBN: 0807823104
  • ISBN13: 978-0807823101
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Leaders & Notable People
  • Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press; New edition edition (May 26, 1997)
  • Pages: 768
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The Papers of General Nathanael Greene, Vol. 9: 11 July 1781-2 December 1781 ePub download

In July 1781, the British This new volume of The Papers of General Nathanael Greene continues the best and . By early December, they held only the areas around Charleston and Savannah.

In July 1781, the British This new volume of The Papers of General Nathanael Greene continues the best and most-detailed study of the Revolutionary War in the South. The ability of Greene's beleaguered army to force this British retreat is the focus of this volume, which also documents Greene's attempts to rebuild the lower south's political and social fabric.

This new volume of The Papers of General Nathanael Greene continues the best and most-detailed study of the Revolutionary War in the South. IX : 11 July-2 December 1781.

Military Genius at Work: Winning the Revolutionary War in the South.

By December of 1781, General Nathanael Greene's army had forced the British into retreating to Charleston . The Papers of Nathanael Greene took over a generation to complete and the institutional sponsors of the thirteen volumes should be applauded for their sustained commitment.

By December of 1781, General Nathanael Greene's army had forced the British into retreating to Charleston, South Carolina. But in the lower South, in particular, the war was far from over.

The Papers of General Nathanael Greene, Vol. 9: 11 July 1781-2 December 1781. Coauthors & Alternates

The Papers of General Nathanael Greene, Vol. by Dennis M. Conrad, Roger N. Parks, Martha J. King. ISBN 9780807823101 (978-0-8078-2310-1) Hardcover, The University of North Carolina Press, 1997. Coauthors & Alternates.

Conrad, Dennis . Roger N. Parks, and Martha J. The Papers of General Nathanael Greene. Volume IX (11 July-2 December 1781). Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press, 1997. Memoirs of the War in the Southern Department of the United States. New York: University Publishing Company, 1869. Lossing, Benson J. The Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1851. Rankin, Hugh F. Francis Marion: The Swamp Fox.

Phi Beta Kappa Minute Book, 177-1781, E. G. Swem Library, College of William & Mary. The Papers of General Nathanael Greene: Vol. IX, 11 July-2 Dec. Nathanael Greene, 4 Dec. 1780, to William Pierce. VI, 1 June-25 Dec. 1780. Chapel Hill & London: The University of North Carolina Press, 1991), pp. 522-523 & Nathanael Greene, 4 Dec. 1781. Chapel Hill & London: The University of North Carolina Press, 1997), p. 333. ^ Gazette of the State of Georgia June 12, 1783 & "Marriages & Death Notices from the SC Weekly Gazette," South Carolina Historical & Genealogical Magazine 18, p. 145.

Are you sure you want to remove The papers of General Nathanael Greene from . v. 8. 30 March-10 July 1781. 9. 11 July 1781-2 December 1781.

Are you sure you want to remove The papers of General Nathanael Greene from your list? The papers of General Nathanael Greene. by Greene, Nathanael. Published 1976 by Published for the Rhode Island Historical Society the University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill. 10. 3 December 1781-6 April 1782. 11. 7 April-30 September 1782.

This new volume of The Papers of General Nathanael Greene continues the best and most-detailed study of the Revolutionary War in the South. More than 800 letters and orders chart the progress of Greene's army in South Carolina, from the battle of Eutaw Springs--the bloodiest battle of the Revolution--to the British pullback to Charleston. In July 1781, the British controlled large parts of South Carolina and Georgia, had a post in North Carolina, and maintained an army in Virginia. By early December, they held only the areas around Charleston and Savannah. The ability of Greene's beleaguered army to force this British retreat is the focus of this volume, which also documents Greene's attempts to rebuild the lower south's political and social fabric. In addition, this volume provides information on the siege of Yorktown, for although Greene was not directly involved, he received numerous reports from those on the scene in Virginia.