The Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge was a battle of the American Revolutionary
War fought near Wilmington in present-day Pender County, North Carolina on ...
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Moores Creek Bridge photo by Flickr user irisha_z, 2006.From February 15 to 21,
1776, the days leading up to the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge, Whig forces ...
1776, the engagement at Moore's Creek Bridge was the first battle of the
American Revolution to take place in North Carolina. In early January 1776
The Women's Monument at Moores Creek National Battlefield commemorates
the actions of Polly Slocum, who according to legend rode 65 miles alone at night
Moores Creek National Battlefield. ... Beyond the bridge, nearly 1,000 North
Carolina patriots waited quietly with cannons ... The Battle of Moores Creek
The Battle of Moores Creek Bridge- February 27, 1776. The Battle of Moores
Creek Bridge, fought between North Carolina Patriots and Loyalist militia forces,
Battle at Moores Creek Bridge February 27, 1776. A History of events leading up
to, during, and after the Battle at Moores Creek Bridge. Colonial North Carolina.
Jan 6, 2014 ... The Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge. by John L. Smith, Jr. Reconstructed
earthworks of the Patriot militia at Moore's Creek National Battlefield.
Labeled the “Lexington and Concord of the South” by many historians, the Battle
of Moore's Creek Bridge marked the first battle between Patriots and Loyalists ...