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245 00 Battlefield detectives|h[electronic resource] :|bAmerican 
       Revolution : Battle of Cowpens /|cwritten, produced and 
       directed by David Wright ; produced by Granada Manchester 
       for History Television Network Productions. 
246 30 American Revolution : Battle of Cowpens 
246 30 Battle of Cowpens 
260    [New York, NY] :|bA&E Television Networks :|bdistributed 
       in the U.S. by New Video,|cc2006. 
300    1 electronic resource (ca. 45 min.) 
490 0  American history in video 
500    Copyright 2006 from end screen. 
500    Originally aired December 17, 2004 on the History Channel.
520    "The Battle of Cowpens was one of the most critical 
       battles of the American Revolution. It was a signpost and 
       it pointed directly to Yorktown where the British would 
       finally surrender less than a year later. The Battle took 
       place on January 17th 1781 in South Carolina. An American 
       force led by a brilliant Revolutionary War commander 
       called Daniel Morgan routed a British army under the 
       command of an imperious and greatly feared young cavalry 
       colonel called Banastre Tarleton. Tarleton, known as 
       "Bloody Ban", was the most hated British officer in the 
       south because of his ruthless tactics. His force was made 
       up of seasoned British and loyalist regular troops. 
       Morgan's professional army was small. He had to rely 
       heavily on part-time militia troops who had a reputation 
       for running away at the first sight of British redcoats 
       wielding bayonets. Now historians, soil scientists, 
       tacticians, psychologists, geographers and weapons experts
       have combined their disciplines to analyze this important 
       clash between American Patriots and King George's men. 
       Through their efforts we discover how and why Morgan's 
       amateurs managed to totally destroy a force belonging to 
       the world's best trained and most feared Army." -- 
       Publisher's web site. 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAlexandria, VA :|cAlexander 
       Street Press,|d2009.|f(American history in video).
       |nAvailable via World Wide Web. 
600 10 Morgan, Daniel,|d1736-1802|xMilitary leadership. 
600 10 Tarleton,|cLieutenant-General|q(Banastre),|d1754-1833
       |xMilitary leadership. 
650  0 Cowpens, Battle of, Cowpens, S.C., 1781. 
651  0 South Carolina|xHistory|yRevolution, 1775-1783. 
651  0 United States|xHistory|yRevolution, 1775-1783|xCampaigns. 
700 1  MacFadyen, Gavin. 
700 1  Wright, David. 
710 2  Arts and Entertainment Network. 
710 2  Granada Manchester (Firm) 
710 2  History Channel (Television network) 
710 2  New Video Group. 
776 1  |cOriginal UPC code|o733961759020 
856 40 |u;456296|zConnect 
       to online video (University of Melbourne only) 
944    1785656|z1001007978 
945    The Whole World 
990    Batch Ebook load (budv) - do not edit, delete or attach 
       any records. 
990    Alexander Street Press 
990    Sent to MARCIVE 20190531 
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