Revolutionary War_Southern Campaign_Duel in the Streets of Savannah, Georgia

At the onset of the American Revolution, Lachlan McIntosh and Button Gwinnett competed to lead the independence movement in Georgia. One of the most valiant Generals in the colony, General Lachlan McIntosh came under criticism for his family connections, who were Tories in support of the English.

Nevertheless, in 1770 Lachlan was a leader in the independence movement in Georgia and during January of 1775 helped to organize delegates to the Provincial Congress from the Darien District. In January of…

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Jeannette Holland Austin

Jeannette Holland Austin

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