My effort is an article entitled "Cavalry Operations at Eutaw Springs," a paper I presented sometime ago at a conference at Wofford College, SC dedicated to examining the use of cavalry in the Revolutionary War in the South. The conference was sponsored by Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution, an online magazine for RevWar buffs and an organization of professional and amateur historians interested in our struggle for independence especially as it manifested itself in the South.
The article resulted from research I did, in collaboration with Lee F. McGee of Pittsburgh, PA, a fellow cavalry enthusiast, for my novels Nor the Battle to the Strong (2008) and The Sunshine of Better Fortune (forthcoming). In it I explained the sources we consulted in order to write a hopefully convincing account of the cavalry operations in the Revolutionary War in the South.
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