MARTYR OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: The Execution of Isaac Hayne, South Carolinian
In 1781 South Carolina patriot militia-men played an integral role in helping the Continental army reclaim their state from its British conquerors. This narrative examines the events that set an American militia colonel on a disastrous collision course with two British officers, his execution in Charleston, and the repercussions that extended from the battle lines. Illus.
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