Over The Vast Distances And Rough Terrain Of The Revolutionary War, The Tactics That Daniel Morgan Had Learned In Indian Fighting The Thin Skirmish Line, The Stress Upon Individual Marksmanship, The Hit And Run Mobility Were An Important Element Of His Success As A Commander He Combined This Success On The Battlefield With A Deep Devotion To The Soldiers Serving Under Him In A Conflict That Abounded In Vital Personalities, Morgan S Was One Of The Most Colorful Illiterate, Uncultivated, And Contentious, He Nevertheless Combined The Resourcefulness Of A Frontiersman With A Native Gift As A Tactician And Leader His Rise From Humble Origins Gives Forceful Testimony To The Democratic Spirit Of The New America
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- 255 pages
- Daniel Morgan: Revolutionary Rifleman (Institute of Early American History)
- Don Higginbotham
- 14 August 2018 Don Higginbotham