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Charleston and the American Revolution, 1776-1785: The Swamp Fox

Charleston and the American Revolution, 1776-1785: The Swamp Fox
"But as for this damned old fox, the devil himself could not catch him."

Francis Marion, "The Swamp Fox" is a real Charleston Character.


General Francis Marion Inviting A British Officer to Share His Meal - The Swamp Fox, 1810
- By John Blake White
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