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Battle of Eutaw Springs Marker, Rear Lower
Photographer: Battle of Eutaw Springs Marker
Caption: Battle of Eutaw Springs Marker, Rear Lower
Additional Description: left: The main American force at Eutaw Springs consisted of regular troops from Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina. Most men in these units wore hunting frocks, rough-looking but pratical garments adapted from homespun shirts worn by frontier riflemen.
center: The American militia was made up of ordinary farmers and laborers who wore their own clothes into battle and sometimes carried their own weapons.
right: The British 64th regiment suffered more casualties in the battle of Eutaw Springs than in any other action it fought during the Revolution
Submitted: August 21, 2009, by Mike Stroud of Bluffton, South Carolina.
Database Locator Identification Number: p74693
File Size: 0.209 Megabytes

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