North Carolina. 1780-"81.

by Schenck, David

Publisher: Edwards & Broughton, printers in Raleigh, N.C

Written in English
Published: Pages: 498 Downloads: 401
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Subjects:

  • Southern States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.,
  • North Carolina -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE263.N8 S3, Microfilm 54599 E
The Physical Object
Pagination498 pp. incl. front. pl., port., maps (partly fold.)
Number of Pages498
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23747672M
LC Control Number02004593

The Loyalists in North Carolina during the Revolution. Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, FHL book M2dr This volume outlines the history of the Loyalists in North Carolina and lists many of their names. Troxler, Carole W. The Loyalist Experience in North Carolina. Zebulon, North Carolina: Theo. Davis Sons, (–81). The designation of North Carolinians as "Tar Heels" was said to have originated during that campaign when patriotic citizens poured tar into a stream across which Cornwallis's men retreated, emerging with the substance sticking to their heels. The North Carolina Almanac and Book of Facts +Carolina+(state). With Georgia and South Carolina under British control and North Carolina and Virginia threatened by invasion, the situation seemed hopeless. Greene, however, combined regulars, militia, and guerrillas into a force that used rapid movement and continuous pressure against the British, outmaneuvering and outguessing :// Mary Glendenning was born about in Scotland, the daughter of David and Margaret Hall Glendenning. She died Novem in Guilford County, North Carolina and was buried on Novem in the Springfield Monthly Meeting ://

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