Chapter 6-pgs 180-190

Chapter 6-pgs 180-190 - A.P. US Mods 6/7/8 Notes for pgs....

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A.P. US Artem Kholodenko Mods 6/7/8 0109 Notes for pgs. 180-190 Victory       in the South     Charles Town Surrenders to   Clinton Lower South in War Cornwallis Forts in Yorktown The Peace of Paris - Britain wanted to get key ports in the South because it was easier  to get territory there and to transport troops from the West Indies  due to the now international conflict  - The plan worked at 1 st  and w/ 9,000 troops Clinton forces 3,400  men in Charles Town, NC to surrender the city on May 12, 1780 - Lord Cornwallis was put in charge there while Clinton went back  to NY; there were however less loyalists than they expected in  Carolinas & Georgia - In 1776 a serious blow was taken by the area with Indian attacks,  which made a lot of the people change to the Whigs, but after  Charles Town taking, the Whigs were pursued by the loyalist  militia and retaliated whenever possible, and the Lower South  through 1782 - The war became personal, with people taking sides for individual  reasons and not for the better or worse  - Gen. Gates, sent by Washington to the south was defeated by  Cornwallis in Aug. 1780 at Camden, SC - Gen. Greene was sent to replace Gates and fought 3 major 
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