Brig. Gen. Daniel Morgan destroyed the captured baggage wagons,
paroled the British officers, entrusted the wounded to the care
of a few residents in the neighborhood, and, leaving his cavalry
to follow him on their return from the pursuit, on the day of
the battle he crossed the Broad River with his foot soldiers
and his prisoners, the captured artillery, muskets, and ammunition.
date for this engagement is incorrect. Brig. Gen. Daniel Morgan
retired after racing to the Dan River in VA and reuniting with
Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene in the early months of 1781.