Battle of Kettle Creek

Battle of Kettle Creek
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  • February 11, 1779 The loyalists crossed the river further north of Vann's Creek not realising how much danger they had put themselves into.
  • The Battle Begins!
  • Come on men, the faster we walk the closer we get to victory.
  • February 14, 1779 The loyalists whom were led by James Boyd had set up camps to be able to rest but was not able to prepare for an attack they would be doing later on.
  • I demand all of you to rest! We have big days coming and even bigger victories awaiting.
  • February 14, 1779 The patriots plan a surprise attack to be able to defeat the Tories. 
  • We are going to do a surprise attack. The Tories won't even know whats coming for them until it happens. 
  • February 14, 1779 The Patriots surprise the Tories whom had no plan on how to attack. The Patriots were outnumbered, on the other hand.
  • February 14, 1779 The Patriots had won with only a few of them passing away but the majority standing. Many of the members of the Tories had died.
  • The Patriots had won the Battle of Creek and it was celebrated for many following days.
  • Victory is ours!
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