General William Moultrie was a celebrated soldier from South Carolina during the American Revolution. He is credited with saving Charleston from the British after taking a small fort on Sullivan's island. After the war, he served as Governor of South Carolina. The Fort Moultrie flag is named after him. This was the flag he raised over the fort on Sullivan's island. The fort was also named in his honor.

The Fort Moultrie Flag was created by Colonel William Moultrie when he was ordered to take over Fort Johnson on James Island in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina in

Presidents of the United States of America. To quote the movie "American President" the presidency has everything to do with character. There are some real characters here.

Home is where your own president doesnt *&^% you over when you are innocent. The Presidents of the United States of America. Reminds me of grade when I had to memorize all of them to pass history class.

the treaty of paris | The Treaty of Paris, ending the American Revolutionary War, signed ...

Treaty of Paris 1783 - last page.The Treaty of Paris, signed in Paris by representatives of King George III of Great Britain and representatives of the United States of America on September ended the American Revolutionary War.

JUNE 11, 1776:  The Continental Congress apppointed The Committee of Five to draft a Resolution  of Independence.  The five members were Thomas Jefferson,  Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, Robert Livingston, and John Adams.

The Committee of Five: June the Continental Congress apppointed Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, Robert Livingston, and John Adams to draft a Resolution of Independence.

Soldier's faith: Rare Bible carried at the battle of Bunker Hill has moving inscriptions | Fox News

Soldier's faith: Rare Bible carried at the battle of Bunker Hill has moving inscriptions

Soldier's faith: Rare Bible carried at the battle of Bunker Hill has moving inscriptions | Fox News

U.S. Gen. Henry 'Lighthorse Harry' Lee, Father of Robert E. Lee r

Revolutionary War Continental Army Officer, US Congressman. The father of Civil War Confederate General Robert E.

Arthur St. Clair (March 23, 1737[1] [O.S. 1736]– August 31, 1818) was an American soldier and politician. After the war, he served as the 7th President of the Continental Congress, which during his term passed the Northwest Ordinance. He was then made governor of the Northwest Territory in 1788, and then the portion that would become Ohio in 1800. Politically out-of-step with the Jefferson administration, he was replaced as governor in 1802.

Arthur St Clair soldier in French and Indian Wars, President of Continental Congress, and justice of the peace.

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I don't know if these are actually true, but they're fun to read nonetheless // Strange history facts // funny pictures - funny photos - funny images - funny pics - funny quotes

General Daniel Morgan was a general in the Revolutionary War, a talented battlefield tactician, and a politician. He took part in two of the most important turning points in the revolution.

1794 Portrait of Daniel Morgan, American general in the American Revolutionary War. Cousin of Daniel Boone. Leader of "Morgan's Riflemen" from Virginia in early in the American Revolution (even before the Declaration of Independence.

This Day in History:  Francis Marion and Henry Lee Surprise Attack on British in Georgetown, SC

Francis Marion (c. Due to his irregular methods of warfare, he is considered one of the fathers of modern guerrilla warfare, and is credited in the lineage of the United States Army Rangers. He is known as the Swamp Fox.

Colonel William Crawford, shown here at age 35, was a longtime friend of George Washington and a veteran Indian fighter. He came out of reti...

Portrait of Colonel William Crawford - who was an American soldier, and fought Indians in the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary War.

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