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Small groups of partisan (local) fighters who conducted hit & run raids on occupying troops and/or their equipment during the Revolutionary War were called "Irregulars," although since WW2 they have been known as 'guerrillas'. They were predominantly popular in South Carolina, where they operated under the command of Col Francis Marion, otherwise known as the "Swamp Fox of the Revolution."
he was Patriot in Revolutionary war time who was known for hiding his American troops in swamps.
Him and the American troops made quick attacks on the British and then hid in the Carolina Swamps
Francis Marion was born in South Carolina, and participated in the American Revolutionary War as a military officer. His nickname was 'The Swamp Fox.'
General Francis Marion served during the Revolutionary War. He was nicknamed the Swamp Fox for his leadership of revolutionary soldiers fighting in swamps and low country terrain. He is generally viewed as the father of Guerrilla Warfare.
Francis Marion was considered the swamp fox during the Revolutionary War.
Hawkeye's tent was nicknamed The Swamp.
He was a commander that planned sneak attacks on the british and then disappearing into the swamps with his troops. He was so good at this because he had been in the swamps for the most part of his life. This is how he earned his nickname The Swamp Fox.
The "Swamp Fox" was highly active during the American Revolutionary War.
Francis Marion a military officer in the American Revolution. He's considered by some to be the father of guerrilla warfare for his unorthodox tactics at the time he was nicknamed the Swamp Fox
Because of his military tactics