11 edition of The North Carolina Continentals found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 397-411.
|Statement||by Hugh F. Rankin.|
|LC Classifications||E263.N8 R29|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 428 p.|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||79135311|
2d (Dixon's) North Carolina Regiment  Merged with 1st North Carolina Jan. ; NC 3d (McRae's) North Carolina Regiment  Disbanded Jan. ; NC North Carolina Militia Serving with the Continental Army  NC North Carolina Militia Serving on Home Defense . RICHARD DOBBS SPAIGHT North Carolina. Birth: 25 March , at Newbern, North Carolina and reinforced the continentals in major campaigns. Accordingly, North Carolina supplied units for the Continental Army in defense of Philadelphia in and New York in and before the war shifted south. At the same time, it used its militia to.
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A Brief History of the North Carolina Troops on the Continental Establishment: In the War of the Revolution: with a Register of Officers of the Same - Ebook written by Charles Lukens Davis. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read A Brief History of the North Author: Charles Lukens Davis. North Carolina bicentennial pamphlet series ; 12 North Carolina bicentennial pamphlet series ; ^A General note: A condensation of the author's North Carolina Continentals published in Bibliography note: Bibliography: p. Other .
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November: North Carolina Continentals are transferred from Washington’s army to General Benjamin Lincoln’s American army at Charlestown, S.C.
They arrive there in March May The British capture Charlestown, S.C., and a large American army. Among those who surrender are Continental troops and militia from North. “A valuable reminder that the United States was neither inevitable nor the work of a few Virginians.”--North Carolina Historical Review “This book is the first significant addition to the history of Revolutionary North Carolina in a generation.”--William A.
Link, University of Florida. By the Sixth Regiment was recalled to North Carolina as part of a move to reinforce the Southern Department. The British invaded Georgia in December and by February Lytle and the available North Carolina Continentals were on the north side of the Savannah River, posted at Briar Creek with militia under the command of General John Ashe.
I am reading The Civil War in North Carolina by John Barrett- published Just finished reading North Carolina Continentals by Hugh Rankin- also published in the s. i have found that the older books are better.
The Rankin book prompted me to research my Revolutionary Patriot ancestors, and I have several- one served in the Berkeley County, SC. Return of the North Carolina soldiers in the Continental Army. Lee, Charles, J. From the years toapproximat men from North Carolina served in the American Revolution.
This database is a roster of these individuals, which has been compiled by various sources, such as: the North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution, U.S. War Department Report of Pensions, Pierce's Register, records of the 10 regiments, company .The North Carolina Line refers to North Carolina units within the Continental term "North Carolina Line" referred to the quota of infantry regiments assigned to North Carolina at various times by the Continentaltogether with similar contingents from the other twelve states, formed the Continental Line.Three months later, North Carolina Continentals and militia fought at the American defeat at Stono Ferry in South Carolina.
In Marchthe North Carolina Continental Line was sent to Charleston to help defend the city against a British siege. On the city fell, and with it nearly every single North Carolina Continental surrendered.