Historyman presents the Thompson and Gov. Rutledge argument and some various war petitions. Freedom Reigns at EKBarnes.com
A cursory review of “Thomas Sumter” by Anne King Gregory and “African-American Patriots in the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution” by Bobby G. Ross and Michael C Scoggins reveals some interesting facts about the home of one of the heroes of the War of Independence in South Carolina. Thomas Sumter, also known as the …
Historyman presents the fourth in a series of episodes on Fort Ninety Six, SC. Rick Morris relates the last battle at the fort where Nathaniel Greene, Andrew Pickens, Light Horse Harry Lee and others converge on Ninety Six to confront the British garrison. Siege warfare, Mayhem towers, cannon, tunnels and hand to hand fighting mark …
Historyman presents J Bobo and the history surrounding Fort Galphin. Located on the Savannah river during the American Revolution, Fort Galphin was a trading center and an information hub for the back country areas on the dividing line between Georgia and South Carolina. Here we find evidence of assisination attempts, bounties and sieges as the War of Independence is waged. Freedom Reigns at EKBarnes.com
Historyman presents the Battle at Rugeley\’s Mill with J. Bobo. British Colonel Rugeley is tricked into surrendering his entire fortification wiithout a shot being fired. The Patriots gain status and supplies a month before the Battle of Cowpens. Freedom Reigns at EKBarnes.com
Geoff Baggett of https://cockedhat.wordpress.com/ sits down with Historyman to discuss the Revolutionary War stories that he has researched. This second episode delves into his wife\’s side of the family and her French and German ancestors who fought for the Independence of the United States. Come walk in the footsteps of heroes and proclaim, Freedom Reigns!