Dan Elliott of the LAMAR Institute set out to document Carr’s Fort, a fortified farmstead used during the American Revolutionary War. The fort originally was commanded by Captain Robert Carr and housed his 100 patriot troops. In February of 1779, the woods of north Georgia were bristling with small skirmishes between the patriots and the British. The battles helped determine the outcome of the Revolutionary War. Carr’s Fort and its sister sites are part of the fabric of the history of America.
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American Revolution (The History Place)
Archaeologists discover Revolutionary War Carr’s Fort (11Alive, WXIA, Atlanta, Georgia)
History of Georgia (Wikipedia)
The Search and Discovery of Captain Robert Carr’s Fort and Its Revolutionary War Battlefield, Wilkes County, Georgia. LAMAR Institute Publication Series, Report Number 189. (LAMAR Institute) (PDF)