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Official correspondence between Brigadier- General Thomas Sumter and Major- General Nathanael Greene, from A.D. 1780 to 1783 : from original unpublished letters of Genl. Sumter, in the possession of the Misses Brownfield, and certified copies of letters of General Greene, in possession of Gen. Edward McCrady, president.
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Official correspondence between Brigadier- General Thomas Sumter and Major- General Nathanael Greene, from A.D. 1780 to 1783 : from original unpublished letters of Genl. Sumter, in the possession of the Misses Brownfield, and certified copies of letters of General Greene, in possession of Gen. Edward McCrady, president.

Author: Nathanael Greene; Thomas Sumter
Edition/Format:   Article : Local government publication : English
Publication:Year book [of the] City of Charleston, So. Ca. 1899
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Official correspondence between Brigadier- General Thomas Sumter and Major- General Nathanael Greene, from A.D. 1780 to 1783
(OCoLC)667943830
Material Type: Government publication, Local government publication
Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Nathanael Greene; Thomas Sumter
OCLC Number: 22447932
In: Charleston (S.C.
Description: Appendix : p. [3]-135.
Contents: [Pt. 1] Letters from Sumter to Greene --
[Pt. 2] Letters from Greene to Sumter.

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