Combat during the Battle of Cowpens, c.1781 Giclee Print at Art.com
Daniel Morgan’s victory over the notorious Tarleton on January 1781
Legionary Corps at the Battle of Gloucester Point, Yorktown, VA, by Pamela Patrick White. This unit was previously known as Moylan's Continental Light Dragoons.
American Continental infantry in a siege trench
Banastre Tarleton’s forces in skirmish combat
Squeals in Delight Banastre Tarleton and his British Legion (Green Dragoons)
Hessian Jaegers in British service, American War of Independence
Battle of Cowpens
AWI Americans: On The Heights, by Pamela Patrick White.
Patriot Colonel Cleveland after Battle of Kings Mountain, SC. He's the big guy on the white horse that belonged to Ferguson, the slain leader of the loyalists. Painting by Don Troiani
Battle of Saratoga - American Revolutionary War
George Washington at the Battle of Brandywine
(PPS: "Revolutionary War - Battle of Brandywine fought on 11 Sept Fifth Great GF, Edward Watterson, fought in this one. This battle opened the way for Howe's army to capture Philadelphia. It was lost through bad luck, bad maps, and bad command.
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The Battles of Saratoga Springs - American Revolutionary War (Original) - Ken Petts, 1972
Colonel William Washington at the Battle of Cowpens, South Carolina, January, 1781 (oil on canvas)
Image detail for -Often referred to as the most tactically perfect battle of the Revolutionary War, the Battle of Cowpens pitted the talents of two of that conflictAca,!