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The Other Great Artilleryman

Mention the words “artillery” and “American Revolution” and what name instantly pops into your mind? Henry Knox. Rightfully so. Yet, like George Washington, Knox needed competent officers under him to successfully organize, train, lead, and develop the artillery arm of … Continue reading

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“The Old Wagoner” and the Beginning of the American Revolution

Part Two We welcome back guest historian Scott Patchan as he continues his series on Daniel Morgan. When the situation deteriorated to outright rebellion against the crown, Morgan raised a regiment of crack riflemen from Frederick County, and marched them … Continue reading

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