George rogers clark/ john paul jones/ Burgoyne, John
Clark, George Rogers (1752-1818), American soldier and frontiersman, who commanded important victories over British troops in the Northwest Territory during the American Revolution (1775-1783). The brother of famed explorer William Clark, he was born near Charlottesville, Virginia. With little education, he became a surveyor while still a young man. Clark was living in Kentucky, then part of the Virginia Colony, when the American Revolution began. He convinced the colonial government of Virginia to send aid to Kentucky settlers who were under attack from Native Americans.
Jones, John Paul…
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