The Battle of King's Mountain was fought on October 7, 1780. King's Mountain is in South Carolina. Colonel William Campbell's Patriot forces largely defeated Major Patrick Ferguson's British troops.
When the battle looked bleak for Ferguson, and he was unwilling to lose, he led a suicidal charge down the mountain, in which he and the majority of his troops were cut down by massive gunfire from the Patriots. After the charge, many of Ferguson's men attempted to surrender, but were shot down in cold blood by the Patriots, who were bitter over the treatment of South Carolina by the British. Ferguson's men suffered 157 killed, 163 wounded, and 633 captured, while Campbell's men suffered only 28 killed and 60 wounded.
The Battle of King Mountain
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The Battle of Kings Mountain.
October 7, 1780
The Battle of Kings Mountain was fought in York County, South Carolina. The date of this battle was October 7, 1780.
The battle fought on October 7, 1780. It lasted for few hours.
1861 or 1780
1780, The Battle of Charleston, South Carolina 1780, The Battle of Charleston, South Carolina
A battle fought during the Revolutionary war pairinh the PAtriots and the British together. The British end up ou[tnumbering the PAtriot's 2 to 1 and they take the win.
The Revolutionary War Battle of Camden occurred on August 16, 1780.
1780, The Battle of Charleston, South Carolina
December 1 1780
Some of the major battles of the American Revolutionary War were:Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775Battle of New York, 1776Battle of Bennington, 1777Battle of Monmouth, 1778Battle of Camden, 1780Battle of King Mountain, 1780Battle of Cowpens, 1781:Battle of Hobkirk's Hill, 1781Battle of Eutaw Springs, 1781Battle of Yorktown, 1781
The start of the revolutionary was.
the British won the Battle of Charleston south Carolina (in west Virginia. not badly but the British won.
The Battle of Kings Mountain, on 7th October 1780, was an important Patriot victory in the Southern campaign of the American Revolutionary War. Frontier militia overwhelmed the loyalist militia led by British Major Patrick Ferguson.AnswerThe Americans won the Battle of King Mountain.
The Battle of Martinique, also Combat de la Dominique, took place on April 17, 1780, during the American War of Independence in the West Indies between the British Royal Navy and the French Navy.
An important battle occurred at King Mountain in South Carolina on October 7, 1780. The Patriot forces defeated the forces commanded by British Major Patrick Ferguson.
The Battle of Camden, South Carolina, August 16, 1780. This was a battlefield defeat, but in May 1780 the Patriots in Charleston surrendered after withstanding a siege for a time, which was even more disastrous than Camden. Five thousand Patriots became prisoners after the surrender of Charleston.
Johann de Kalb was the German-born officer who lost his life during the Battle of Camden. The battle was fought on August 16, 1780, and resulted in a victory for the British.
The Battle of Kings Mountain was fought on October 7, 1780 at Kings Mountain, South Carolina, 9 miles south of the present-day town of Kings Mountain, North Carolina. The Patriot militia won a decisive victory over the Loyalist militia commanded by British Major Patrick Ferguson. Ferguson was fatally shot during the battle.
James Williams - Revolutionary War - died in 1780.
There were many battles fought in the Revolutionary War. The war lasted from 1775-83. The battle that was considered the end of the war was the Battle of Yorktown in 1781.This was two years before the actual end of the war and when the Treaty of Paris was signed. *Bold denotes important/noteworthy battlesBattles of Lexington and Concord - April 19, 1775Siege of Boston - April 19, 1775 - March 17, 1776Gunpowder Incident - April 20, 1775Capture of Fort Ticonderoga - May 10, 1775Battle of Chelsea Creek - May 27 - May 28, 1775Battle of Machias - June 11 - June 12, 1775Battle of Bunker Hill - June 17, 1775Battle of Gloucester, MA - August 8, 1775Shelling of Stonington - August 30, 1775Siege of Fort St. Jean - September 17 - November 3, 1775 (also called St. John's)Burning of Falmouth - October 18, 1775*Battle of Kemp's Landing - November 14, 1775Battle of Great Bridge - November 28 - December 9, 1775Battle of Quebec - December 31, 1775Burning of Norfolk - January 1, 1776Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge - February 27, 1776Battle of Nassau - March 2 - March 3, 1776Battle of the Rice Boats - March 2 - March 3, 1776Fortification of Dorchester Heights - March 4, 1776Battle of Saint-Pierre - March 25, 1776Battle of the Cedars - May 15 - May 16, 1776Battle of Trois-RiviÃ¨res - June 8, 1776Battle of Sullivan's Island - June 28, 1776Battle of Long Island - August 27, 1776 (also known as the Battle of Brooklyn)Landing at Kip's Bay - September 15, 1776Battle of Harlem Heights - September 16, 1776Battle of Valcour Island - October 11, 1776Battle of White Plains - October 28, 1776Battle of Fort Cumberland - November 10 - November 28, 1776Battle of Fort Washington - November 16, 1776Battle of Fort Lee - November 19, 1776Battle of Trenton - December 26, 1776Second Battle of Trenton - January 2, 1777Battle of Princeton - January 3, 1777Battle of Millstone - January 20, 1777Forage War - Winter 1777Battle of Bound Brook - April 13, 1777Battle of Ridgefield - April 27, 1777 (also known as the Danbury Raid)Battle of Thomas Creek - May 17, 1777Battle of Short Hills - June 26, 1777 (also known as the Battle of Metuchen Meetinghouse)Second Battle of Ticonderoga - July 5 - July 6, 1777Battle of Hubbardton - July 7, 1777Battle of Fort Ann - July 8, 1777Siege of Fort Stanwix - August 2 - August 23, 1777Battle of Oriskany - August 6, 1777Battle of Bennington - August 16, 1777Battle of Staten Island - August 22, 1777Battle of Cooch's Bridge - September 3, 1777Battle of Brandywine - September 11, 1777Battle of the Clouds - September 16, 1777Battle of Paoli - September 21, 1777Battle of Germantown - October 4, 1777Battle of Red Bank - October 5 - November 25, 1777Battle of Forts Clinton and Montgomery - October 6, 1777Battle of Bemis Heights - October 7, 1777 (also known as the Second Battle of Saratoga)Battle of Fort Mercer - October 22, 1777Bombardment of Fort Mifflin - November 10 - November 15, 1777Battle of Gloucester, NJ - November 25, 1777Battle of White Marsh - December 5 - December 8, 1777Battle of Matson's Ford - December 11, 1777Battle of Quinton's Bridge - March 18, 1778Battle of Crooked Billet - May 1, 1778Battle of Barren Hill - May 20, 1778Battle of Freetown - May 25, 1778Battle of Monmouth - June 28, 1778Battle of Alligator Bridge - June 30, 1778Wyoming Massacre - July 3, 1778First Battle of Ushant - July 27, 1778Siege of Pondicherry - August 21 - October 19, 1778Battle of Rhode Island - August 29, 1778Siege of Boonesborough - September 7 - September 18, 1778Baylor Massacre - September 27, 1778Little Egg Harbor massacre - October, 1778Battle of Chestnut Neck - October 6, 1778Carleton's Raid - October 24 - November 14, 1778Cherry Valley Massacre - November 11, 1778Capture of Savannah - December 29, 1778Battle of Beaufort - February 3, 1779Battle of Kettle Creek - February 14, 1779Battle of Vincennes - February 23 - February 25, 1779Battle of Briar Creek - March 3, 1779Battle of Stono Ferry - 20 June 1779Battle of Stony Point - July 16, 1779Penobscot Expedition - July 24 - August 29, 1779Battle of Paulus Hook - August 19, 1779Battle of Newtown - August 29, 1779Siege of Savannah - September 16 - October 18, 1779Battle of Flamborough Head - September 23, 1779Battle of San Fernando de Omoa - October 16 - November 29, 1779Battle of Cape St. Vincent - January 16, 1780Battle of Young's House - February 3, 1780Siege of Charleston - March 29 - May 12, 1780Battle of Monck's Corner - April 14, 1780Battle of Lenud's Ferry - May 6, 1780Bird's invasion of Kentucky - May 25 - August, 1780Battle of St. Louis - May 25, 1780Battle of Waxhaws - May 29, 1780Battle of Connecticut Farms - June 7, 1780Battle of Mobley's Meeting House - June 10?, 1781Battle of Ramsour's Mill - June 20, 1780Battle of Springfield, NJ - June 23, 1780Huck's Defeat - July 12, 1780Battle of Colson's Mill - July 21, 1780Battle of Rocky Mount - August 1, 1780Battle of Hanging Rock - August 6, 1780Battle of Pekowee - August 8, 1780 (also known as the Battle of Piqua)Battle of Camden - August 16, 1780Battle of Fishing Creek - August 18, 1780Battle of Musgrove Mill - August 18, 1780Battle of Black Mingo - August 28, 1780Battle of Wahab's Plantation - September 20, 1780Battle of Charlotte - September 26, 1780Battle of Kings Mountain - October 7, 1780Royalton Raid - October 16, 1780Battle of Klock's Field - October 19, 1780La Balme's Defeat - November 5, 1780Battle of Fishdam Ford - November 9, 1780Battle of Blackstock's Farm - November 20, 1780Battle of Jersey - January 6, 1781Battle of Cowpens - January 17, 1781Battle of Cowan's Ford - February 1, 1781Battle of Haw River - February 25, 1781Battle of Wetzell's Mill - March 6, 1781Battle of Guilford Court House - March 15, 1781Siege of Fort Watson - April 15 - 23, 1781Battle of Porto Praya - April 15, 1781Battle of Blanford - April 25, 1781 (also known as the Battle of Petersburg)Battle of Hobkirk's Hill - April 25, 1781 (also known as the Second Battle of Camden)Battle of Fort Motte - May 8 - May 12, 1781Siege of Augusta - May 22 - June 6, 1781Siege of Ninety-Six - May 22 - June 19, 1781Battle of Spencer's Ordinary - June 26, 1781Francisco's Fight - July, 1781Battle of Green Spring - July 6, 1781Lochry's Defeat - August 24, 1781Battle of the Chesapeake - September 5, 1781Battle of Groton Heights - September 6, 1781 (also known as the Battle of Fort Griswold)Battle of Eutaw Springs - September 8, 1781Battle of Lindley's Mill - September 13, 1781Long Run Massacre - September 13, 1781Siege of Yorktown - September 28 - October 17, 1781Siege of Negapatam - October 21 - November 11, 1781Battle of Johnstown - October 25, 1781Second Battle of Ushant - December 12, 1781Capture of Trincomalee - January 11, 1782Battle of Sadras - February 17, 1782Gnadenhutten massacre - March 8, 1782Battle of RoatÃ¡n - March 16, 1782Battle of Little Mountain - March 22, 1782Battle of Providien - April 12, 1782Crawford expedition - May 25, - June 12, 1782Battle of Negapatam - July 6, 1782Battle of Piqua - August 8, 1782Siege of Bryan Station - August 15 - August 17, 1782Battle of Blue Licks - August 19, 1782Battle of the Combahee River - August 26, 1782Battle of Trincomalee - August 25 - September 3, 1782Battle of Chillicothe - November 10, 1782Battle of Cuddalore - June 20, 1783Source of battle names: wikipedia
The worst American defeat during the American Revolutionary War came at the Battle of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina. The battle began on March 29 and ended on May 12, 1780.
It started in 1780; the Americans won that battle!!!