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Review: Dunmore’s War, The Last Conflict of America’s Colonial Era by Glenn F. Williams

Reviewed by guest historian  Robert “Bert” Dunkerly. Lord Dunmore’s War remains one of the murkier events of the Colonial era.  Historian Glenn F. Williams has produced a book that will set the standard for the study of this conflict. Dunmore’s … Continue reading

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“The Old Wagoner”

Part One The last battle of the Revolutionary War was fought in 1951 in Winchester, Virginia. Daniel Morgan, the “Old Wagoner” or ‘Old Morgan” as he was known to his soldiers, was front and center of the maelstrom once again … Continue reading

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