Portrait by Charles Willson Peale.
Independence National Historical Park Collection.
General Nathanael Greene
February 14, 1781
"Greene led his weary troops in a race to the cold and rain swollen Dan River in mid February to enable him to strengthen his forces prior to recrossing the Dan. Then followed the Battle of Guilford Courthouse at present day Greensboro, North Carolina and soon after that the British surrendered at Yorktown." The Southern Campaign by Douglas Powell, February 10, 1999
Related Web Sites:
"The Crossing of the Dan" - Research for the planned exhibit at the Prizery
The Crossing Exhibit Project Committee
Slide Show Presentation of the Planned Exhibit
Crossing Of The Dan Initiative Receives $20,000 Grant
The Southern Campaign, by Douglas Powell, February 10, 1999
Master List of Revolutionary War Web Sites
The Papers of General Nathanael Greene
Nathanael Greene and the Supply of the Continental Army
Early American Portraits.
The War Ring's Site for Nathanael Greene
General Nathanael Greene's Southern Brigade
Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution - Newsletter.
The National Park Service American Revolution Web Site
The Battle of Guilford Courthouse
Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
Guilford Courthouse: A Pivotal Battle in the War for Independence
More Halifax County-South Boston Historic Sites
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