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Clapp's Mill: The Battle on Foust's Plantation By Stewart Dunaway, Jeffery Bright
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Commonly known as the Battle at Clapp's Mill, this book provides the most comprehensive review of this battle in the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution. This book will review three possible... More > battle-sites, and resolve the dispute over which is the correct location. We believe this battle occurred on Foust's plantation, thereby answering numerous questions and solving many mysteries. Regardless of location, this book provides the most accurate review of the battle, as well as the events leading up to it, and the second skirmish afterwards (prior to Weitzel's Mill). Using primary references, these authors have uncovered new information, neatly presented to the reader, illustrated with many maps, drawings, images, charts, etc. This is the single best book on this battle, ever published to date.< Less
The Battle at Weitzel's Mill By Stewart Dunaway
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The Battle at Weitzel's Mill is the last skirmish between British and Patriot forces. British Cornwallis will ultimately meet Gen Greene at Guilford Courthouse, just after this event. Prior to this... More > clash, the same forces met at Clapp's Mill. However, this battle has several unique situations and Tarleton and Cornwallis disagree on the next moves. Read about this interesting location along with Weitzel and Summers Mill history.< Less
The American Revolution in North Carolina By Stewart Dunaway, Jeffery Bright
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This exhaustive reference focuses on the events of the American Revolution from February 19, to March 14, 1781. NO other book has impacted the history of this war, and their locations, as this... More > volume. Two new N.C. State Historical Markers were erected (one new and one re-cast correction) from the research provided by these two authors in this book. Patriot forces continued to skirmish with British Gen. Cornwallis. Although none of these events were paramount or decisive, they illustrated the fortitude of the American spirit. This strong resolve sent a clear message to the British that the Patriots would rather fight than remain loyal to the King. Read about these five skirmishes, learn their location and histories, and see the maps of the road routes including modern locations. NOTE: this book has replaced - Like a bear with his stern in a corner, although twice the pages.< Less