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Posted November 14, 2002
Dr. Higginbotham has written the best account of an important figure of the American Revolution. Though not much is known of this man of the Revolution, though his involvement in the nation's war for independence is grandly explored. One leaves, from reading this book, knowing more of this great man and with more respect for this individual and his undeniable importance to our nation's freedom from British rule. Higginbotham gives this great man his due respect, in all his adventures; therefore, showing us a man who, if not held back, may have beaten the British for control of Quebec after Arnold was injured in the endeavor. Morgan was a true American hero. A man who deserves more acknowledgement then he has received. A grand account of a grand American hero, whose leadership, in the battle known as the cowpens, shaped the outcome of the Revolution. Truly a book for all who love the south during the American Revolution.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.