(L, III, 410) If these domestic and financial troubles deprived Simms of time to undertake the King's Mountain project, his literary pertinacity permitted no curtailment of effort on Eutaw. “My night work has been 'Eutaw'mostly, ...
Author: William Gilmore Simms
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
The battle of Eutaw Springs in 1781 that ended British domination of South Carolina is the focus of this historical novel that brings to life such notable figures as Francis Marion, Nathanael Greene, and Light-Horse Harry Lee and includes a critical introduction by the editor and the author's chronology, as well as appendixes dealing with textual matters. Reprint.
would probably have so strengthened himself at Eutaw , as would have discouraged effectually all the attempts of the Americans upon that position . That he had between twentyfive hundred and three thousand men under arms at that place ...
Ninety Six, and Eutaw Springs have received less attention from most historians. These battles were smaller, often frustrating for General Greene, and have been largely ignored in both historical writing and historical preservation.
Author: Robert M. Dunkerly
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
An in-depth analysis of one of the War for Independence’s bloodiest and least understood conflicts. The Battle of Eutaw Springs took place on September 8, 1781, and was among the last in the War of Independence. It was brutal in its combat and reprisals, with Continental and Whig militia fighting British regulars and Loyalist regiments. Although its outcome was seemingly inconclusive, the battle, fought near present-day Eutawville, South Carolina, contained all the elements that defined the war in the South. In Eutaw Springs: The Final Battle of the American Revolution’s Southern Campaign, Robert M. Dunkerly and Irene B. Boland tell the story of this lesser known and under-studied battle of the Revolutionary War’s Southern Campaign. Shrouded in myth and misconception, the battle has also been overshadowed by the surrender of Yorktown. Eutaw Springs represented lost opportunities for both armies. The American forces were desperate for a victory in 1781, and Gen. Nathanael Greene finally had the ground of his own choosing. British forces under Col. Alexander Stewart were equally determined to keep a solid grip on the territory they still held in the South Carolina lowcountry. In one of the bloodiest battles of the war, both armies sustained heavy casualties with each side losing nearly twenty percent of its soldiers. Neither side won the hard-fought battle, and controversies plagued both sides in the aftermath. Dunkerly and Boland analyze the engagement and its significance within the context of the war’s closing months, study the area’s geology and setting, and recount the action using primary sources, aided by recent archaeology. “A well put together book that is easy to read, and it makes good use of graphic material. Eutaw Springs is recommended.” —The Journal of America’s Military Past “A long-overdue study of . . . Nathanael Greene’s last main force Southern campaign engagement. Drawing from a wealth of resources including new research, archaeology and pension documents, the authors have created an easy reading account. . . . For students of the Revolutionary War, this is must reading because so much focus has been directed at Yorktown where the British abandoned an army instead of the more mobile war in the South where the war was finally won by wearing down the British.” —Lawrence Babits, George Washington Distinguished Professor of History, East Carolina University “A very good analysis of the political, military, and physical environment, with some profiles of a number of interesting people, most notably Nathanael Greene, after Washington the most important American general of the war, though he never won a battle.” —New York Military Affairs Symposium Review
The five aquifers studied , from youngest to oldest , are the Eutaw - McShan , Gordo , Coker , massive sand , and the Lower Cretaceous aquifers . The Eutaw - McShan aquifer includes sediments of the Eutaw and McShan Formations .
In the late 1950's the State Office Complex was constructed on the north side of Biddle Street between Howard and Eutaw Streets . This project eliminated blocks of houses which were contemporary with those in the historic district and ...
Stewart had drawn up his troops in a single line , extending from the Eutaw creek , beyond the Congaree road . The creek effectually covered his right ; his left was " in air , ” to use the military language - i . e . , not covered ...
Configuration of the top of the Eutaw Formation .. in pocket 5. Potentiometric surface in the Eutaw aquifer 1955 - 70 and water levels in selected wells from Smith ( 1907 ) ....... in pocket 6. Potentiometric surface in the Gordo ...
of fault as follows : “ Upon receiving the answer of one whistle from the Gratitude , the wheel of the Eutaw was put to starboard , and the Eutaw began to move to port and toward the western shore . While the Eutaw was rounding to ...
ing the bows of the Gratitude , blew one whistle , which was answered by one blast from the Gratitude , and thereupon the Eutaw starboarded her helm . When within a few yards of each other the Eutaw stopped and backed her engines ...
Category: Law reports, digests, etc
Includes cases argued and determined in the District Courts of the United States and, Mar./May 1880-Oct./Nov. 1912, the Circuit Courts of the United States; Sept./Dec. 1891-Sept./Nov. 1924, the Circuit Courts of Appeals of the United States; Aug./Oct. 1911-Jan./Feb. 1914, the Commerce Court of the United States; Sept./Oct. 1919-Sept./Nov. 1924, the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia.
Eutaw Place Square had Stirling the square of ground bounded by Chase , its origin in the gift of Henry Tiffany , who in 1853 Caroline , Eager , and Eden Streets for the sum of offered to the city the piece of ground , now in the bed ...
Eutaw street and Wilson alley Eutaw and Barre streets ... Eutaw and Camden ...... Eutaw and McMechen ... Eutaw and Pratt ....... Eutaw and Lombard ..... Eutaw and Fayette ....... Eutaw and Lexington ....... Eutaw and Saratoga .
Science , Dental Surgery and Dental Prosthesis in Dental Department , University of Maryland , 845 N Eutaw . GORGAS HERBERT F , University of Maryland . Dental Department , Baltimore , MD , 1891 , 845 N Eutaw .
201 N. Howard St. 203 N. Howard St. 106 N. Eutaw St. 204 German St. 16 McCulloh St. 283 Park Av . 333 N. Eutaw St. 266 N. Howard St. Washington , D. C. 48 McCulloh St. 101 N. Charles St. 118 W. Biddle St. 70 Cathedral St. 24 McCulloh ...
Author: Johns Hopkins University
Includes University catalogues, President's report, Financial report, registers, announcement material, etc.
Gordon , Irving , 2022 Brookfield Av . Gordon , P. , 2236 Mondawmin Av . Green , H. , 1726 N. Appleton Greenbaum , L. E. , 1614 Eutaw Pl . Greenbaum , M. D. , 2206 Linden Av . Greenberg , Isaac , 212 Dolphin Greenberg , L. , 1201 ...
Author: Cyrus Adler
Category: Electronic journals
Issues for 1900/01- include Report of the 12th- year of the Jewish Publication Society of America, 1899-1900- (issued also separately in some years); issues for 1908/09- include Report of the American Jewish Committee for 1906/08- (issued also separately in some years)
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A. , 2239 Bolton Av . Halle , Isaac , 1904 Eutaw Pl . Halle , M. S. , 2222 Callow Av . Hamburger , Mrs. Henry I. , 2245 Eutaw Pl . Hamburger , Leon , 2205 Callow Av . Hamburger , Dr. 1210 Louis P. , Eutaw Pl . Hamburger , P. , 16 S.