Revolutionary War_Southern Campaign_Battle of Brier Creek in Georgia

1779. March 3. Battle of Brier Creek occurred on the Savannah River Brier Creek, a tributary of the Savannah River in Georgia.

The battle was fought near the confluence orf Brier Creek with the Savannah River when the North Carolina militia was surprised and defeated by British . But two weeks earlier, the Americans had a victory at Kettle Creek, north of Augusta. The loss at Brier Creek greatly reduced the morale of the Americans. The Battle of Brier Creek was fought near the confluence of Brier Creek…

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