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Nelson's Virginia Corps of State Cavalry, 1780-1781

Nelson’s Virginia Corps of State Cavalry 1780 - by Don Troiani. The Virginia Corps was part of the Whig army annihilated by Earl Charles Cornwallis at Camden in Art by Don Troiani.

Nathan Allen patch knife, crowned antler handle, pewter bolster, quilled neck sheath

Nathan Allen patch knife, crowned antler handle, pewter bolster, quilled neck sheath

1st Continental Light Dragoons, by Don Troiani. Also known as "Bland's Horse" (after the first commander, Theodorick Bland). Formed in 1776, it saw action throughout the Revolutionary War, including the major battles of Brandywine, Guillford Courthouse and Germantown.

Also known as “Bland’s Horse” (after the first commander Theodorick Bland). Formed in 1776 it saw action throughout the Revolutionary War including the major battles of.

Lt. Colonel Banastre Tarleton, commander of the Revolutionary War era British Legion and arguably the best cavalryman of the war.

Colonel Banastre Tarleton, commander of the Revolutionary War era British Legion and arguably the best cavalryman of the war. Burned Craig's Mill very near here (Kenbridge, Va)

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