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7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution
Call Number: ONLINE for SSI personnel. EBSCOhost.
Publication Date: 2013-08-19
See Chapter 6: Charge Bayonet! Daniel Morgan at the Battle of Cowpens.
Battles of the Revolutionary War, 1775-1781
Call Number: ONLINE for SSI Personnel. EBSCOHost.
Publication Date: 1990-06-15
See Chapter 8: The Cowpens
Nathanael Greene: A Biography of the American Revolution
Call Number: ONLINE for SSI Personnel. EBSCOhost.
Publication Date: 2008-06-24
See Chapter 6: The Cowpens. Nathanael Greene transformed a small unit into an elite fighting force.
The South Carolina Encyclopedia Guide to the American Revolution in South Carolina
Call Number: ONLINE for SSI Personnel. EBSCOHost.
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
As America's first civil war, the revolution pitted Loyalists against partisans and patriots in the fierce combat that established the legacies of figures such as Francis Marion, Nathanael Greene, Peter Horry, Henry and John Laurens, Daniel Morgan, and Andrew Jackson. In addition to profiling these leaders, this guide also chronicles the major combat operations, including the battles of Ninety Six, Cowpens, Camden, Kings Mountain, and Charleston Harbor.
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Call Number: 973.337 M739
Publication Date: 2013-08-01
The Cowpens Staff Ride and Battlefield Tour by LTC Moncure offers a staff ride guide on a critical revolutionary battle. The guidebook examines the war from a strategic perspective, looks at the campaign as an operational event and provides the backdrop to the tactical battle.
A Devil of a Whipping: The Battle of Cowpens
Call Number: 973.337 B114 1998
Publication Date: 2001-02-26
On January 17, 1781, in a pasture near present-day Spartanburg, South Carolina, Daniel Morgan's army of Continental troops and militia routed an elite British force under the command of the notorious Banastre Tarleton.
The Battle of Cowpens
Call Number: 973.337 B368
Publication Date: 1996-01-01
In mid-December 1780, General Nathanael Greene did what many military strategists considered unthinkable. Facing a superior British force under General Cornwallis, he divided his army, sending Brigadier General Daniel Morgan west of the Catawba River. Morgan's pursuit of Cornwallis' favorite cavalry officer, LTC Banastre Tarleton, led to one of the great battles of the American Revolution.
Battle of Cowpens: The great morale-builder
Call Number: 973.3 R645
Publication Date: 1956, 1957, 1976 reprinted
Illustrations include: Daniel Morgan, LTC Banastre Tarleton, plan of the Battle of Cowpens,
The American Revolution in the Southern Colonies
Call Number: 973.33 R962
Publication Date: 2000-12-01
"The origin of the five Southern colonies - Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia - their development, the role of patriot and loyalist Southerner, and critical battles are examined. Included is a discussion of the leadership of the British forces and of the colonial patriots who inspired common citizens to fight for the sake of American independence."--BOOK JACKET.
A Battlefield Atlas of the American Revolution
Call Number: 911.73 S988b
Publication Date: 1986-06-01
Part Four: The War Moves South. MAP 33 - King's Mountain. Map 34: Cowpens. Map 35: Guilford Courthouse.
Battles of the Revolutionary War
Call Number: 973.33 W881
Publication Date: 2003-12-25
Battles of the Revolutionary War is designed for the armchair strategist with dozens of illustrations of the weapons, battle plans and combatants. Americans won their independence on the battlefield by employing superior strategies, tactics and leadership in the battles of Bunker Hill, Quebec, Trenton, Princeton and Saratoga and Cowpens.
Brave Decisions: Moral Courage from the Revolutionary War to Desert Storm
Call Number: 355.00973 Maihafer 1995
Publication Date: 1995-05-01
Ch. 1. Decision at Cowpens -- Daniel Morgan.
Brave Men and Great Captains
Call Number: 973 D945
Publication Date: 1995-02-01
It should provide a basis for understanding the peculiar qualities of American leadership and thus for projecting those qualities into the future to meet the challenge that will certainly be ours.
The Cowpens-Guilford Courthouse Campaign
Call Number: 973.337 D261c
Publication Date: 2002-08-19
Cowpens: "Downright Fighting." The Story of Cowpens. Official National Park Handbook
Call Number: 973.3 F598c
Publication Date: 1988
A Handbook for Cowpens National Battlefield, South Carolina. Produced by the National Park Service.
Call Number: 973.33092 H635
Publication Date: 1979-07-23
Over the vast distances and rough terrain of the Revolutionary War, the tactics that Daniel Morgan had learned in Indian fighting were an important element of his success as a commander. He combined this success on the battlefield with a deep devotion to the soldier serving under him.
The Day It Rained Militia
Call Number: 973.336 S422
Publication Date: 2005-09-01
In a July of 1780, when the Revolutionary War in the Southern States seemed doomed to failure, a small but important battle took place on James Williamson's plantation in waht is now York County, South Carolina. The Battle of Williamson's Plantation paved the way for the calamitous defeats that the British suffered at Hanging Rock, Musgrove's Mill, Kings Mountain, Blackstock's Plantation and Cowpens, all in the South Carolina back country.
Decisive Battles of the American Revolution
Call Number: 973.33 M681
Publication Date: 1962
Describes the battles of: Lexington, Bunker Hill, Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, Princeton, Bennington, The Brandywine, Germantown, Saratoga, Monmouth, Camden, Charleston, Cowpens, Yorktown
This Destructive War: the British campaign in the Carolinas, 1780-1782
Call Number: 973.3309756 P188
Publication Date: 1985-02-28
Forgotten Patriot: "the life & times of Major-General Nathanael Greene"
Call Number: 973.3092 Anderson 2002
Publication Date: 2002-01-01
Campaign - Greene makes his way South - Heavy weight of command - Greene prepares to fight - Battle of Cowpens - Green retreats - Battle of Guilford Courthouse - Cornwallis licks his wounds - Battle of Hobkirk's Hill - The Partisan War - The Battle of Ninety-Six - Battle of Eutaw Springs - Politics of Peace - After the peace, the road back to Rhode Island.
A Gallant Defense
Call Number: 973.336 B734
Publication Date: 2003-01-01
Provides background information for the study of the Southern campaign.
The Historical Atlas of the American Revolution
Call Number: 973.3 B261
Publication Date: 2000-08-03
Leaders and Battles: the art of military leadership / W.J. Wood
Call Number: 355.33041 Wood
Publication Date: 1990-06-01
Dan Morgan at the Battle of Cowpens, 1781.
Nathanael Greene; strategist of the American Revolution
Call Number: 973.33092 Thayer 1960
Publication Date: 1960
Potowomut days -- At Coventry -- A Fledgling general -- A Desperate game -- The Fires burn low -- Sir William takes a beating -- Wandering like the Arabs -- Campaign for a Quaker city -- Saving an army -- As both supplier and fighter -- Keeping the wheels turning -- An Unexpected victory -- Cornwallis foiled -- We fight, get beat, rise, and fight again -- At Eutaw Springs the valiant died -- The Dawn of peace -- The Last years
The Swamp Fox: Francis Marion's campaign in the Carolina's 1780
Call Number: 973.336 Higgins 2013
Publication Date: 2013-10-22
The American Revolution was deadlocked in the north, and in 1778, the focus of the conflict shifted south. This book highlights the unique style of southern frontier warfare during the Revolutionary War, and how its combatants were supplied, organized, and operated.
The Road to Guilford Courthouse
Call Number: 973.393 B918
Publication Date: 1999-07-01
The War in the South: The Carolinas and Georgia in the American Revolution
Call Number: 973.3372 C533
Publication Date: 1969
Call Number: 973.3092 H185
Publication Date: 2001-01-01
The making of a soldier: 1752-1776 -- The making of a cavalryman: 1777-1780 -- A cavalry commander: 1780 -- The sword of the army: Cowpens and Guildford -- The last charges: Hobkirk's Hill and Eutaw Springs -- The peaceful planter: 1783-1810.