Modified AR South Stations - Using the following links provided read about these two battles and answer the accompanying questio put the information IN

Modified AR South Stations - Using the following links...

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Using the following links provided, read about these two battles and answer the accompanying questio put the information IN YOUR OWN WORDS !! Be sure to label your information as you go! When of each battle onto your Google Doc. Make sure you shared it with Mrs. Laslo !! Cowpens Cowpens -make sure you read both pages! -Where is Cowpens located? North carolina -When did it take place? January 17, 1781 -Who was leading each side? Banastre Tarleton was leading the British and Daniel Morgan was leading the American. -How many were engaged in the battle? 1,065 men -What geographical/topographical features are mentioned? Wide open South Carolina pastureland and South Carolina backcountry. -What weaponry was used by each side? Did the weaponry give an advantage? The Americans made bayonets and plunge them into the enemy's horsemen. British field battle tactics
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Unformatted text preview: had the advantage because they made sure they were protected at all times on all sides. Guilford Courthouse Guilford Courthouse-make sure you read both pages!-Where is Guilford Courthouse located? Neer present day Greensboro, North Carolina -When did it take place? March 15, 1781-Who was leading each side? British general Charles Lord Cornwallis and American army general Nathanael Greene -How many were engaged in the battle? Greens force of roughly 4,500 men and Charles Lord Cornwallis’s force of 2,100 men -What geographical/topographical features are mentioned? Open ground -What weaponry was used by each side? Did the weaponry give an advantage? Americans opened with a volley, with the British pressing on, returning fire only when they got in range...
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