Divers Accounts of the Battle of Sullivan's Island in His Majesty's Province of South Carolina, the 28th June 1776: From the Letters and Journals of Some Witnesses to the Various Preparations and Actual Conflict of One of the Three "most Complete and Decisive American Victories of the Revolution" ... : from the Collections and Publications of the South Carolina Historical Society
The Society, 1976 - Fort Moultrie, Battle of, S.C., 1776 - 22 pages
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