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The Road to Independence: Virginia 1763-1783

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The Road to Independence: Virginia 1763-1783
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Flee if necessary, but beable to fight another day. He was inventive and unorthodox. With an armymuch smaller than Cornwallis' he divided it into thirds, plus compellingCornwallis to divide his own army. Greene knew that Cornwallis, victorious as he might have been, was detached from Charleston and had tolive off the land. He would fight a war of attrition and wear Cornwallisdown. His strategy worked, although not without fateful moments. He hadgreat faith in his command officers and gave them ...considerable leeway. They rewarded him with two stunning victories--King's Mountain, NorthCarolina in October 1780 and Cowpens, South Carolina in January 1781.
King's Mountain was a unique battle for it was fought almost completelybetween Americans, Major Ferguson and his South Carolina, New York, andNew Jersey Tories on the British side and North Carolina and Virginiafrontier riflemen under Colonels Isaac Shelby, fiery William Campbell, and John Sevier for the United States. Although Ferguson's position fromthe outset was nearly impossible, he refused to surrender, knowing whatwas in store if he did.


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