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1780 Indian raiding parties.


Mar 1780 Indian raiding parties.

During the spring of 1780, Indian war parties were constantly leaving Fort Niagara for the frontiers of New York, Pennsylvania, and as far south as Virginia. The raiding parties ranged in size from six to seventy-five men. Returning to Fort Niagara, the parties brought in prisoners, livestock, and reports of settlers killed and barns burned.

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March 29 to May 12: Siege of Charleston


Siege of Charleston, (1780) during the American Revolution, British land and sea campaign that cut off and forced the surrender of Charleston, S.C., the principal port city of the southern American colonies.

American Revolution Events. Charleston in 1776 had withstood attack on Fort Sullivan (renamed Fort Moultrie because its defense had been overseen by Gen.William Moultrie) … Continue reading


Indian Raiding Parties


Mar 1780 Indian raiding parties.

During the spring of 1780, Indian war parties were constantly leaving Fort Niagara for the frontiers of New York, Pennsylvania, and as far south as Virginia. The raiding parties ranged in size from six to seventy-five men. Returning to Fort Niagara, the parties brought in prisoners, livestock, and reports of settlers killed and barns burned.

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