Andrew Pickens: South Carolina Patriot in the Revolutionary War

Andrew Pickens: South Carolina Patriot in the Revolutionary War

William R. Reynolds Jr. / Sep 21, 2019

Andrew Pickens South Carolina Patriot in the Revolutionary War Brigadier General Andrew Pickens was a primary force bringing about the end of British control in the Southern colonies His efforts helped drive General Cornwallis to Yorktown Virginia His later acti

  • Title: Andrew Pickens: South Carolina Patriot in the Revolutionary War
  • Author: William R. Reynolds Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780786466948
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brigadier General Andrew Pickens was a primary force bringing about the end of British control in the Southern colonies His efforts helped drive General Cornwallis to Yorktown, Virginia His later actions on behalf of the Cherokee Nation are fully explored, and much never before published information about him, his family, and his peers is included Andrew Pickens loved hBrigadier General Andrew Pickens was a primary force bringing about the end of British control in the Southern colonies His efforts helped drive General Cornwallis to Yorktown, Virginia His later actions on behalf of the Cherokee Nation are fully explored, and much never before published information about him, his family, and his peers is included Andrew Pickens loved his country and was a fearless exemplar of leadership He earned the unyielding respect of his superiors, his fellow officers, and most importantly his militiamen.

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      • William R. Reynolds Jr.

        I am a retired engineering manager since 2005 I have worked on my genealogy for almost 40 years I started writing because of my 7X great granduncle Andrew Pickens He was one of three brigadier generals in the South Carolina State militia during the latter part of the American Revolution His brother, my 7X great grandfather, Captain Joseph Pickens was killed in the war in 1781 The other three Brig Gens have had consistently current bios available to the public while Andrew Pickens bios were out of print I then decided to write about the same period from the Cherokee point of view Notorious Chickamauga Cherokee Chief Doublehead was my 7X great grandfather The Cherokee were British allies however, the British consistently left them in a lurch I very good independent literary review was issued by The Midwest Book Review under Library Bookwatch February 2015 The genre is The Native American Studies Shelf The review may be found on midwestbookreview identity 26684 Some excerpts are Informed and informative a work of considerable scholarship and thoroughly reader friendly from beginning to end an invaluable and significant work of impressive scholarship.ically important and strongly recommended addition to academic library Native American Studies reference collections


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    1. It's an indispensable source for anyone seeking a first person account of the Revolutionary War in the SC Backcountry.


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