Stories of Indian Attacks during the Revolutionary War. Part I.

General Andrew Lewis

Indian Attacks during the Revolutionary War In 1776, problems with Indian attacks from the Shawnee and Cherokees continued and the militia was again called upon. An examination of county records in Chesterfield, Fincastle, and Montgomery Counties, Virginia reveals that throughout the Revolution, it was the frontiersmen who provided cattle, grain, lead, horses, and other materials necessary to keep the American troops in the field.

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Jeannette Holland Austin

Jeannette Holland Austin

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