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The life of General Andrew Pickens

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Published in Clemson, S.C .
Written in English


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Pagination37 l.
Number of Pages37
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Open LibraryOL24615067M


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For his "spirited conduct" at Cowpens, the Continental Congress presented Pickens with a sword and the State of South Carolina promoted him to Brigadier-General in the state militia. General Andrew Pickens – Overview General Andrew Pickens served as a US representative and, prior to that, was one of South Carolina's most formidable Revolutionary War heroes.

His son, Andrew Pickens, Jr., served as our state governor. Although General Pickens began his military career by fighting the Cherokee in the Anglo-Cherokee War, he.

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After General Pickens, his wife Rebecca Calhoun and younger children left Hopewell Plantation for the Red House in Tamassee, Andrew Pickens, Jr. assumes control of the property by This log cabin structure was later home to two South Carolina governors and a U.S.

congressman. Some theorize his mother was killed at the Long Canes Massacre, Feb 1,along with about 23 others, including Catherine Calhoun (grandmother of Pickens' wife, Rebecca Floride Calhoun). However, this theory is well-refuted in the new book "Life and Times of General Andrew Pickens", as it suggests she lived until about in the Waxhaws.

Early life. Pickens was born in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the son of Scots-Irish immigrants, Andrew Pickens, Sr. and Anne (née Davis). His great grandfather was Robert Andrew Pickens (Picon) and his great-grandmother however was Esther-Jeanne Bonneau of South Carolina and La Rochelle, France.

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Through the use of available archival materi Followers: brother of General Andrew Pickens. Family traditions say that Captain Joseph Pickens, brother of General Andrew Pickens was captured by the British, turnedover to the Indians and burned at the stake.

A field book of Revolutionary Officers in the Colonial Army gives the date of the killing of Captain Joseph Pickens and Juneat Ninety Six. Book/Printed Material The life of Gen. Francis Marion: also, lives of Generals Moultier and Pickens, and Governor Rutledge - Pickens, Andrew, [from old catalog] Library of Congress Control Number Language English OCLC Number.

The Life and Times of General Andrew Pickens by rod andrew jr Author:rod andrew jr., Date: Ma ,Views: 16 Author:rod andrew jr. Language: eng Format: epub Published: T+ Benjamin Hawkins (Courtesy Georgia Archives, Vanishing Georgia .Andrew Pickens was born in in Pennsylvania.

His family then travelled south and settled in the Waxhaws region of the Carolinas. After serving in the militia against the Cherokee Indians, Pickens settled down in South Carolina near the Georgia border to become a farmer, marry and raise a family.Book/Printed Material Heroes and patriots of the South; comprising lives of General Francis Marion, General William Moultrie, General Andrew Pickens, and Governor John Rutledge.

With sketches of other distinguished heroes and patriots who served in the revolutionary war in the southern states.