A Quest for Glory: Major General Robert Howe and the American Revolution

A Quest for Glory: Major General Robert Howe and the American Revolution

A Quest for Glory: Major General Robert Howe and the American Revolution

A Quest for Glory: Major General Robert Howe and the American Revolution

Synopsis

Born into a wealthy and prominent Cape Fear River plantation family, Howe became a militia officer, justice of the peace, and legislator. In 1775 he was appointed colonel of the Second North Carolina Regiment and became commanding general of the Southern Department and the highest ranking officer in the states south of Virginia. He also served as a division commander with General Washington's main army in the New York Highlands, commanded the crucial West Point post, and put down mutinies in the American army.

Originally published in 1991.
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