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  1. 6 de may. de 2017 · On May 29, 1780, the British Legion, led by Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton, attacked Patriot militia, commanded by Colonel Abraham Buford, who were retreating through Waxhaws toward North Carolina. The encounter soon turned into a bloodbath, with Tarleton’s men offering no “quarter,” or mercy, to the defeated American troops.

  2. The Battle of Waxhaws was a dreadful defeat for the Patriots. However, Americans were able to turn this stinging tactical loss into a propaganda victory, stirring up anti-British sentiment throughout the colonies. On May 12th, 1780, Charleston fell to the British under the command of Sir Henry Clinton.

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › WaxhawsWaxhaws - Wikipedia

    The Waxhaws is a geographical region extending beyond both sides of the border between what now is North Carolina and South Carolina, United States. It encompasses the areas currently known as Lancaster, Union and Mecklenburg counties. The name is derived from that of the Indigenous people who first inhabited the landbase, the Waxhaw people. Much of the area is now the territory of the Catawba Indian Nation.

  4. 3 de oct. de 2019 · La Batalla de Waxhaws se libró el 29 de mayo de 1780, durante la Revolución Americana (1775-1783) y fue una de varias derrotas estadounidenses en el Sur ese verano. Tras la pérdida de Charleston, Carolina del Sur, en mayo de 1780, los comandantes británicos enviaron una fuerza móvil dirigida por el teniente coronel Banastre Tarleton para perseguir ...

  5. Lancaster, South Carolina. Waxhaws | May 29, 1780 (October 2020) American Battlefield Trust. The Battle of Waxhaws was a dreadful defeat for the Patriots. However, Americans were able to turn this stinging tactical loss into a propaganda victory, stirring up anti-British sentiment throughout the colonies.