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The Battle of New Garden by  Algie I Newlin - Paperback - Reprint - 1995 - from Tannery Books and Biblio.com

The Battle of New Garden : The Little Known Story of One of the Most Important "Minor Battles" of the Revolutionary War in North Carolina

by Newlin, Algie I

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N.C. Friends Historical Society, 1995. Reprint. Paperback. New. Algie I. Newlin, The Battle of New Garden: The Little Known Story of One of the Most Important "Minor Battles" of the Revolutionary War in North Carolina (now Greensboro), N.C. Friends Historical Society with N.C. Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1995 reprint of 1977 edition. Red glossy paper covers with battle scene, 8vo, 76 pp with notes and bibliography, line map. New.




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