Washington and Cornwallis by Benton Rain Patterson
The Battle for America, 1775-1783

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Washington and Cornwallis is a gripping narrative of the defeats and narrow victories that won the States' independence from the English crown. Patterson chronicles the battles waged between General George Washington and Lieutenant General Charles Lord Cornwallis, and examines their methods of command and their controversial military decisions, and ultimately brings into focus the personalities of these two pivotal Revolutionary War generals.
 

About Benton Rain Patterson

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Benton Rain Patterson was formerly an associate editor of "The Saturday Evening Post," an articles editor for "The New York Times Magazine," editor of "Dominion" magazine and managing editor of "Guideposts" magazine. He is emeritus associate professor of journalism at the University of Florida in Gainesville and author of the book "Write to Be Read," Coleman E.P. Patterson is associate dean of the Kelley College of Business and associate professor of management at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas
 
Published September 9, 2004 by Taylor Trade Publishing. 389 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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