Vol. 10 No. 1.0 Spring 2014 William R. Reynolds, Jr. The fall of Charles Town in May of 1780 was interesting in itself, but it led to a most intriguing action—mass parole of American Whig militiamen. One of the … Continue reading →
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In Search of Robert Carr's Fort:
Archaeologist Dan Elliott’s team locates this lost frontier fort. Video explaining the importance of this Wilkes County, Ga. frontier fort and the Americans aborted attack in 1779.
Kettle Creek, Ga.
The Lamar Institute’s archaeological survey report on this 1779 battlefield.
Robert Carr's Fort, Ga.
The Lamar Institute’s archaeological report on the search for and location of this frontier fort in Wilkes County, Ga.