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Published Philadelphia, 1847, under title: Pictorial life of General Marion.
|Statement||by John Frost|
|Series||Old rough and ready series. [v. 5]|
|LC Classifications||E207.M3 F9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 10-208 p.|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||12032371|
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This is an excellent recounting of the deeds of one of those little-known patriots of the Revolution - Francis Marion Swamp Fox. The book is a relatively quick read and recounts the small actions, ambushes and "nipping at the heels" of the Bristish in the southern theater.
One will quickly notice that Marion is using "part time" soldiers - by: 6. "John Oller's The Swamp Fox is a much-anticipated, fresh look at the life of Francis Marion, focusing on Marion's distinguished military career during the American Revolution.
Incorporating historical material either previously inaccessible or overlooked, Oller offers new perspectives on our lowcountry South Carolina partisan told within an engaging narrative that situates Marion's campaigns /5().
"John Oller's The Swamp Fox is a much-anticipated, fresh look at the life of Francis Marion, focusing on Marion's distinguished military career during the American Revolution.
Incorporating historical material either previously inaccessible or overlooked, Oller offers new perspectives on our lowcountry South Carolina partisan told within an engaging narrative that situates Marion's campaigns Brand: Tantor Media, Inc. An informative book regarding Francis Marion The Swamp Fox.
The book highlights who he is, family/relatives and brief post war life. Most of the book is dedicated to Marions actions and interactions throughout the southern conflict of the Revolutionary War/5.
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This is a great book about the Revolutionary War with lots of details that will leave any young boy enthralled. I think this book is a wonderful choice for boys who love to 4/5. A very readable but dated () biography of Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox.
The author doesn't admit to this until his afterword, but he fills in some of the blanks in Marion's life like a historical novelist/5. Marion was better known by the moniker, Swamp Fox, coined by the by the brutal I came across this book finding that they fought with the legendary Francis Marion,who lead the Williamsburg Militia against the British all around the Black River, Pee Dee, Santee River area of 4/5.
The Swamp Fox Elusive and crafty, Francis Marion outwitted British troops during the American Revolution General Marion Inviting a British Officer to Share His Meal (John Blake White). Lawyer/journalist John Oller intends to remedy that situation with his new book, The Swamp Fox: How Francis Marion Saved the American Revolution, which focuses on the exploits of the partisan leader in the eastern third of South Carolina from to The Swamp Fox: The Birth of the Swamp Fox.
Under the command of Colonel Tarleton of the Green Dragoon cavalry, Francis Marion strives to free South Carolina from the British/10(76). The book tells the story of Marion and the vivid illustrations show with historical accuracy the story of the almost mythical Swamp Fox.” See More, or Buy the Book, here.
For more stories about Francis Marion check out our Marion’s Men audiobook. We also have a whole chapter about him in our new history book- The Fight For Freedom. Her latest two, published by Warbranch Press, are Palmetto - Symbol of Courage and Francis Marion and the Legend of the Swamp Fox.
Both are non-fiction picture books for 3rd to 8th grade level students. Also, both books are about important people, places and battles that helped shape the American victory over the British in the Revolution/5(15).
The Swamp Fox is a sound analytical inquiry, an engaging read and a solid contribution to informed debate." -- Australian Defence Force Journal "Scott Aiken's work on Francis Marion is a brilliantly researched study in character, competence, and military leadership.2/5(1).
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Biographer Oller (American Queen) turns his focus to Revolutionary War hero Francis Marion, whose ability to evade superior British forces earned him the nickname of the Swamp Fox. It is Olle. The Swamp Fox book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Opposed by Bloody Tarleton's Raiders, American Revolution patriots u /5. Marion County received its name from South Carolina Brigadier General Francis Marion of the Revolutionary War. During the war, Marion earned the name Swamp Fox for his unorthodox and irregular way of conducting himself as a military leader.
Washington D.C. is a swamp complex that has usurped too much power. The Swamp Fox is a television miniseries produced by Walt Disney and starring Leslie Nielsen as American Revolutionary War hero Francis Marion.
The theme song ("Swamp Fox, Swamp Fox, tail on his hat ") was sung by Nielsen as well. Myron Healey played Marion's top aide, Maj./Col. Peter Horry. One of the Swamp Fox's adversaries was Colonel Banastre Tarleton, played by John Sutton. Francis Marion: Swamp Fox of South Carolina (Forgotten Heroes of the American Revolution) by Kaufman, Scott and a great selection of related books, art.
Despite the name bestowed by an admirer (and still used by South Carolinians) the “Swamp Fox” had the acumen not to live in a swamp — breeding grounds for insects and disease. The biographical reference book that I'm reading calls neither Dickison nor Thompson the "Swamp Fox".
Thompson's men are refered to as the Swamp Rats and a book titled "Swamp Fox of the Confederacy:the Life and Military Services of M Jeff. Thompson by James Monaghan is mentioned. There is no reference to Dickison by that nickname however.
One of books written for children by Otis, this story deals with General Francis Marion`s heroic struggle in the Carolinas. General Marion`s arrival to take command of these brave men and rough riders is pictured as a boy might have seen it, and although the story is devoted to what the lads did, the Swamp Fox is ever present in the mind of.
The Swamp Fox is a sound analytical inquiry, an engaging read and a solid contribution to informed debate." — Australian Defence Force Journal "Scott Aiken's work on Francis Marion is a brilliantly researched study in character, competence, and military leadership.
Get this from a library. The revolutionary Swamp Fox. [Idella Bodie] -- Describes the childhood, military service, and accomplishments of the Revolutionary War hero Francis Marion, known as the Swamp Fox. As Oller (American Queen: The Rise and Fall of Kate Chase Sprague—Civil War "Belle of the North" and Gilded Age Woman of Scandal,etc.) notes, readers of a certain age will remember Marion, the “Swamp Fox,” as the subject of a Disney TV series that ran from toand he also reminds us that the Mel Gibson film, The Patriot, was based loosely on Marion’s exploits.
The. Advance praise for The Swamp Fox "Not only a new Francis Marion, but a new American Revolution emerges from these riveting pages. Best of all, John Oller has performed this feat with solid, totally convincing research.
His is a book that every American will learn from-and enjoy."-Thomas Fleming, bestselling author of The Great Divide. The Swamp Fox | Like the Robin Hood of legend, Francis Marion--the "Swamp Fox"--and his men attacked from secret hideaways before melting back into the forest or swamp, confounding the British.
Although Marion bore little resemblance to the fictionalized portrayals in television and film, his exploits were no less heroic, as he and his band of militia freedom fighters kept hopes alive for the Brand: Da Capo Press.
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; Barnes& Francis Marion: The Swamp Fox. Hugh F. Rankin. Crowell, - Generals. JOHN OLLER. The Swamp Fox: How Francis Marion Saved the American Revolution. Da Capo. Hardcover, pages, $, During the American Revolution, Francis Marion led a group of Patriot partisans in guerrilla warfare against British regulars and colonial Loyalists in the South Carolina frontier.
Although many will remember the stirring adventures of the "Swamp Fox" from the Walt Disney television series of the late s and the fictionalized Marion character played by Mel Gibson in the film The Patriot, the real Francis Marion bore little resemblance to either of those caricatures.
But his exploits were no less heroic as he. The Paperback of the The Swamp Fox: Francis Marion's Campaign in the Carolinas by David R. Higgins, Johnny Shumate | at Barnes & Noble. Brand: Bloomsbury Publishing. Book now at The Swamp Fox at the Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston, SC.
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The Swamp Fox: How Francis Marion Saved The American Revolution View larger image. By: John Oller. Sign Up Now. Book Details Book Quality: Publisher Quality ISBN Related ISBNs: Publisher: Da Capo Press Date of Addition: 12/17/ The Swamp Fox - Francis Marion Performance: Very good, no issues.
Content: I purchased this book since I knew little of the American Revolution in this "theater" or in the Southern Colonies. It was interesting to read more about this person's life, his motivations, and his tactics.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Swamp Fox: How Francis Marion Saved the American Revolution by John Oller (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!5/5(2). John Jackson Dickison, known as J. Dickison (Ma – Aug ), was an officer in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil on is mostly remembered as being the person who led the attack which resulted in the capture of the Union warship USS Columbine in the "Battle of Horse Landing".
This was one of the few instances in which a Union warship was Battles/wars: American Civil War, * The Battle of Horse. The Swamp Fox: How Francis Marion Saved the American Revolution by John Oller book review.
Click to read the full review of The Swamp Fox: How Francis Marion Saved the American Revolution in New York Journal of Books. Review written by Michael J. Deeb. Get this from a library. The Swamp Fox. [Marion Marsh Brown] -- A brief biography of the southern plantation owner whose knowledge of the swamps helped keep the Revolution alive in the South.
This book highlights the unique style of southern frontier warfare during the Revolutionary War, and how its combatants were supplied, organized, and operated. The series of actions between August and November illustrate Marion's unconventional efforts to hinder their enemy's war effort in the south- earning him his Swamp Fox moniker- and.Get this from a library!
Francis Marion: the Swamp Fox. [Hugh F Rankin] -- Calls attention to Marion's military career and crucial role in the Revolution as a guerrilla leader in .CPT Robert Sholly B/1/8 CO July - October Captain Robert H.
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