General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History: With Appendix: an Epitome of North Carolina's Military Services in the Revolutionary War and of the Laws Enacted for Raising Troops
Edwards & Broughton, 1904 - North Carolina - 385 pages
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This is a fascinating first hand account of the American Revolution in Southern Theatre in general and North Carolina in particular. Mecklenburg County native Joseph Graham provides one of the few complete primary sources for the Revolutionary War battles fought in the Carolina Backcountry. Graham opposed the British in the Race to the Dan and numerous battles and skirmishes including the Battle of Charlotte, the Battle of Cowan's Ford, and Pyle's Defeat. This is an important yet almost completely overlooked period of the American Revolution.
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