Category: U.S. Revolutionary War

Port Miami, Ohio – Lost in the War of 1812, Found, and Lost Again

The War of 1812 between the United States and Great Britain saw heavy fighting in the area of Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan along the…

Slavic Siegecraft in the South: Col. Tadeusz Kościuszko at Saratoga and Ninety-Six

Siegecraft, or the art and science of surrounding and isolating enemy forces within a town or fortress, was an important element of eighteenth-century conflict and…

Sowing the Seeds of Secession: The Southern Theater of the Revolutionary War

Mainstream history and conventional accounts of the Revolutionary War recall America’s battle for independence as a conflict predicated upon a popular uprising in North America.…