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ALL THAT CAN BE EXPECTED: The Battle of Camden and the British High Tide in the South, August 16, 1780

ALL THAT CAN BE EXPECTED: The Battle of Camden and the British High Tide in the South, August 16, 1780
by Orrison, Robert and Mark Wilcox

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After the fall of Charleston, SC, in May 1780, the British set up outposts across SC's backcountry in an effort to secure that colony before moving into NC. American Gen. Horatio Gates led an American army, mostly comprised of untested soldiers and newly recruited VA and NC militia, south to confront the British near Camden, South Carolina. The mostly inexperienced American force found itself facing some of the best units of the British army under the command of one of its best generals, Charles Cornwallis.

The battle was an unmitigated disaster for the Americans with far-reaching consequences. Also includes a narrative tour through the South Carolina backcountry to help better understand this fascinating campaign of August 1780.

1 vol, 192 pgs 2023 US, SAVAS BEATIE
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