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Patriot Podcast

Patriot Podcast

By Cahmbriel Ann Clackum
Everything you ever wanted to know about the American Revolution - and then some.
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Guilford Courthouse
After a precarious dance across North Carolina, General Greene makes a stand at Guilford County, where he is met by General Cornwallis, who claims a devastating victory.
March 28, 2020
Race to the Dan
General Cornwallis sets off across North Carolina to retrieve the prisoners taken at Cowpens, and is engaged by General Greene a race to the Dan River.
March 28, 2020
Siege of Savannah
The British move their campaign South after a series of events turns the tide against them in the North.
March 28, 2020
Support of the Glorious Cause
  On July 14th 1775, Continental Congress created an army to defend against Britain's oppression. Virginia veteran George Washington was selected to command this army. Listen to the word of Washington himself to learn more about the creation of a regular army from colonial militia.     
August 19, 2019
Let It Begin Here: Part Two
Following the action at Lexington and Concord, the colonists are preparing their defenses, but hoping not to go to war. Second Continental Congress is now faced with the tasks of creating a standing regular army while attempting to repair relations with Great Britain. King George III, however, proclaims the colonists to be in "open and avowed rebellion" and refuses to read their Olive Branch Petition. Listen now! Also check out!
June 24, 2019
Let It Begin Here: Part One
Find out the causes behind the American Revolution by understanding the politics of the day. 
April 9, 2019