(Reader: DWE) The Battle of Cowpens and the Winter of Golden Light


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The Battle of Cowpens and the Winter of Golden Light

On January 17, 1781 Major General Nathanael Greene, appointed by General George Washington, deployed troops to engage the British during the Revolutionary War in the South known as the Battle of Cowpens. General Greene was a brilliant strategist and trusted friend of General Washington who assigned Brigadier General Daniel Morgan to cut off the British supply lines near the Catawba River in South Carolina.

At dawn on January 17th  in the pale golden Light, 1,065 American troops led by General Daniel Morgan and 1,150 British troops led by Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton faced one another in a pasture to engage in battle. The British troops lined up in typical British linear field assault positions. General Morgan formed his defense in three separate lines: the first of skirmishers, the second of militia, the third and last line of the better-trained Continental Army.  He told the skirmishers in the front line to shoot the British officers so that that the British troops would be leaderless and disorganized.  Next the militia was ordered to fire two volleys and retire to the rear of the line giving the impression that they were fleeing while concealing and protecting the Continental Army who fired on the British troops. An hour into the battle, General Morgan’s Virginia Regiment fired point blank into the British while in the melee Americans seized two enemy field pieces the British had brought along for artillery support. General Morgan ordered 100 cavalrymen led by William Washington, (second cousin first removed from George Washington) to meet Tarleton’s men in the third line.

Washington’s horsemen attacked on the right and the reformed militia from the first two lines did strike left, overwhelming Tarleton’s frazzled troops.  Those British who could, tried to run only to be hotly pursued by the American cavalry.  Washington personally attacked Tarleton with his sabre, shouting insults as he attacked.  Tarleton shot Washington’s horse out from under him and, like his men, he flees the field. By 8:00 am the battle was over and won by the Continental Army.

After the battle, General Morgan buries his men, and with many British prisoners in tow, heads north to avoid an encounter with Cornwallis.  He later retires from duty due to ill health.  The victory at the Battle of Cowpens was significant as Cornwallis gives up his efforts to win in South Carolina and pursues General Greene’s troops into North Carolina.  He defeats Greene at the Battle of Guilford Court House in March then withdraws to Virginia to rest and refit his tired and depleted army.  At this time, General George Washington seizes the opportunity to trap and defeat Cornwallis at the Battle of Yorktown, which is the last major conflict of the Revolutionary War.

This is December and 246 years ago General George Washington was gathering his troops, who were mere boys, to meet at the point by the Delaware river where they would cross on Christmas Eve to invade the enemy camp.  It was freezing cold, they were exhausted, they were poorly clothed. They had little food and water for themselves and their horses.  The hand of God was guiding and protecting them. Winter changed the course of history when so many patriots experienced extreme suffering and death for the cause of freedom from tyranny.  2022-2023 is the winter of our Golden Light and pathway home to Source.  We will be the victors of this war against the Satanists.




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