Patriots Pistols and Petticoats
Poor Sinful Charles Town During the American Revolution
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"A well-rounded history of a decade of Charleston history that played a major role in the founding of the nation."—Jack Leland, Charleston's News and Courier
"A good, sound introduction to the Revolutionary period in Charleston; this is popular history, accurate and readable."—Robert M. Weir, University of South Carolina
"[Charleston's] fall in 1780 was England's finest hour and America's worst defeat of the Revolutinary War. But the American cause persisted: in the devotion of rebels drawn from all classes, in the defiance of residents of British-occupied Charles Towne, and in the bloody civil war in the Carolina backcountry, that dragged on long after Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown."—Jamie W. Moore, The Citadel
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