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A Journal of the Southern Expedition, Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. A Journal of the Southern Expedition, On the 14th there came in a flag from the British, which the General thought proper to send back without any answer, as he suspected they only came to spy out our encampment.
On the 21st Geni. Sumter had another engagement with a party of the British, consisting of about nine hundred men. Wilmington: The Historical Society of Delaware, 1780-1783.
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On the twentieth March Lord Cornwallis marched towards.  A JOURNAL OF THE SOUTHERN EXPEDITION, BY WILLIAM SEYMOUR, SERGEANT-MAJOR OF THE DELAWARE REGIMENT.
On the 16 th April,the Maryland Division, with the Delaware Regiment, marched from their quarters near Morristown, in the State of New Jersey, under the command of the Honorable the Baron de Kalb, being bound for Charlestown, South.
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Published: Wilmington: The Historical Society of Delaware, "A Journal of the Southern Expedition, (concluded)" is an article from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 7. View more articles from The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.
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Ma King Charles the First has made a wise decision this day. He has allowed me and about two hundred and fifty others to travel on an important expedition. A journal of the southern expedition, Author: Seymour, William. Published: () Letter regarding the family of Enoch Enochs, Sr., of Pennsylvania and Ohio ; The Enoch family.
History of the family of Henry Enoch of Frederick County, Virginia. The APS has copies of George Hunter's Journals for the expedition to the Hot Springs (Mss.B.H) as well as a contemporary copy of Hunter's Journal up the Red and Washita Rivers with William Dunbar (MssEx7).
The bulk of Dunbar's papers are housed in the Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss. Additional papers, including his journal of the expedition to the Hot. A journal of the southern expedition, Author(s): Seymour, William Year: Written by the sergeant-major of the Delaware Regiment.
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SOUTHERN ARMY HEADQUARTERS ORDERLY BOOK. Orderly book of General Smallwood, Headquarters Southern Army, De Kalb, and Gates, Chatham Court-House and elsewhere July 3-October 2, A Journal of the Southern Expedition, Throughout the journey, Pike maintained a journal, describing terrain, Indians, hardships, and the group's daily activities.
In present-day southern Colorado's San Luis Valley, Pike and his men were captured by the Spanish and taken to Santa Fe, where many of his papers were confiscated by Spanish authorities, not to be uncovered until the Reviews: 9.
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Scott and his men while travelling on foot across the great southern. Huff, William P: The Gold Rush Diary of William P Huff A journal of an overland trip from Richmond, Fort Bend County, Texas, to Mariposa in Southern California in the years and Immigrant Letter: An Immigrant Letter of A letter from a Norwegian at the Fraser River Gold Rush in British Columbia to Norway.
The winner of the National Book Award, James McBride’s romp through the pre-Civil War South follows a young slave who, posing as a girl, manages to travel across the country relatively. The journal's region is the United rnal of Southern History has included articles on such topics as "Opposition to Polygamy in the Postbellum South" (November ), "African American Farmers and Civil Rights" (November ), "A Region in Harmony: Southern Music and the Sound Track of Freedom" (November ) and "The Second.
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A journal of the southern expedition, 1 copy; history. Common Knowledge. Disambiguation notice #1 Seymour, William, author of Lands of Spice and Treasure; also writes as William Napier (LC ) William Joseph,author of Azuza Street books (LC ) #3 Seymour, William, sergeant-major of the Delaware.
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Brenda C. Calloway, America’s First Western Frontier: East Tennessee (Johnson City, TN: Overmountain Press, ).Written from a Southern perspective, this book examines the true relations between the North and the South from to June It identifies the real history of each region, and the lies and distortions by which the Northern liberals have created totally-false stereotypes of both the Northern liberal and the traditional Southerner.The Southern theater of the American Revolutionary War was the central theater of military operations in the second half of the American Revolutionary War, –It encompassed engagements primarily in Virginia, Georgia and South Carolina.
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