The national significance of the winter campaign in Georgia, 1778-1779, 1978.

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Clark, Murtie June. The national significance of the winter campaign in Georgia, 1778-1779, 1978.

The national significance of the winter campaign in Georgia, 1778-1779, 1978.

The collection consists of a report which was prepared as a preliminary study to be submitted to the United States Department of Interior, National Park Service, Washington, D.C., and the Georgia Natural Resources Department, Atlanta, Georgia, for the primary purpose of reevaluating certain Georgia Revolutionary War Battle Sites. The project was not completed.

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