Nathanael Greene

Suppose they could go on "Meet The Press"...

Third in a series of paintings for AMERICAN HERITAGE BY DON TROIANI

Major General Nathanael Greene, commanding the Continental Army in the south, spent mid-March of 1781 trying to lure Cornwallis and his army into battle on advantageous ground. Read more >>

“The damn rebels form well”

CUMBERLAND ISLAND AND HOW MODERN TIMES AT LAST HAVE REACHED IT

One of the good things that happened in America in 1970—a year otherwise noted for spreading oil slicks, raging forest fires, mercury in rainbow trout, and burgeoning pipelines in the tundra—was the decision by the National Park Service to purchase Cumberland Read more >>
Overcoming painful ailments, Greene emerged from the Revolution with a military reputation second only to that of George Washington.
The American who emerged from the Revolution with a military reputation second only to that of George Washington was a Quaker with a physical affliction that had caused him to be rejected as an officer by the men in his militia company. Read more >>

At Cowpens, Dan Morgan showed how militia can be used. The formula worked in three later fights.