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Under Three Flags: The Fort Johnston Story

Jack E. Fryar

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ISBN 10: 0978624823 / ISBN 13: 9780978624828
Published by Dram Tree Books, 2008
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Title: Under Three Flags: The Fort Johnston Story

Publisher: Dram Tree Books

Publication Date: 2008

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st.

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There is one place in North Carolina with a history of active service that stretches from our earliest colonial days right up through the War on Terror. Fort Johnston, named after one of North Carolina s five royal governors, has guarded the Cape Fear since 1748. It has seen service in virtually every war America has fought for more than two and a half centuries, and witnessed everything from Spanish pirates to British redcoats, Confederate soldiers wearing butternut and gray, to modern soldiers supplying the munitions American soldiers need to defend our nation on battlefields across the world. The names of the men associated with Fort Johnston reads like a Who s Who list of people who played important roles in the history of North Carolina and the nation: Josiah Martin, Major General Robert Howe, Col. James Moore, President James Monroe, Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, Gen. Nelson Miles, Gen. Alfred H. Terry, Abner Doubleday - all have ties to this one-of-a-kind piece of North Carolinas colorful past. This is Fort Johnstons story, one that spans more than 250 years. This title in The Young Readers Series of North Carolina History is sure to please!

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Jack E. Fryar, Jr. is a life-long resident of southeastern North Carolina, born and raised in Wilmington. He has been a professional writer and publisher since 1994. In 2000, he founded Dram Tree Books, a small publishing house whose titles tell the story of coastal North Carolina's vivid and exciting history. Jack has been a professional sports announcer and a radio announcer, and founded The Writers Roundtable writers conference at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He is the author of The Coastal Chronicles Volume I, The Coastal Chronicles Volume II, and A History Lovers Guide to Wilmington & The Lower Cape Fear. In the The Young Readers Series of North Carolina History, Jack wrote The Battles for Fort Fisher, King George and Broadswords!-The Battle at Widow Moores Creek, The Yellow Death: Wilmington & The Epidemic of 1862, and Pirates of the North Carolina Coast. He co-authored The Story of Brunswick Town & Fort Anderson with Franda D. Pedlow. Jack also edited Blue Tide Rising: A Memoir of the Union Army in North Carolina by Major General Jacob D. Cox, Lossing s Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution in the Carolinas & Georgia by Benson J. Lossing, and Lossing's Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution in Virginia & Maryland, A sketch of the life of Big Gen. Francis Marion by William Dobein James, and Derelicts, by James Sprunt.

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