The American Revolution in North Carolina

March 10, 1775

September 15, 1775

October 25, 1775

November 28, 1775

December 22, 1775

February 27, 1776

May 15, 1776

June 15, 1776

November 30, 1776

December 31, 1776

February 15, 1777

May 1, 1777

August 1, 1777

December 20, 1777

May 10, 1778

August 17, 1778

February 15, 1779

June 1, 1779

December 31, 1779

May 12, 1780

August 16, 1780

September 10, 1780

February 15, 1781

August 10, 1781

April 24, 1782

June 15, 1782

January 15, 1783

May 15, 1783
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On October 4th, Brigadier General Francis Nash was mortally wounded at the battle of Germantown, PA, and he died soon thereafter. The NC Continental Line had no general officer for quite some time to come. Although several companies of the 10th NC Regiment were now in the northern theater, most were still in North Carolina waiting on clothing and other accoutrements.

1777 was a fairly quiet year at home. There were several incidents involving British ships and one Loyalist privateer was seized by the Patriots along the coast, but no land battles or skirmishes occurred within North Carolina during 1777.



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