The American Partisan: Henry Lee and the Struggle for Independence, 1776-1780by John W. Hartmann, Christine Todd Whitman (Foreword by)
Henry Lee was one of the greatest front line soldiers ever to wear an American uniform. The role that he played in the Revolutionary War rivals the heroics of Joshua Chamberlin and Nathan Bedford Forrest during the Civil War, and Alvin C. York and Audie Murphy during the World Wars. The American Partisan tells the story of Lee's career as a soldier in the Revolutionary War from 1776 to the autumn of 1780. During this four-year period, Lee fought almost exclusively north of the Mason-Dixon line, primarily in the states of Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey.
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