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July 10, 2014 11:05 PM

After 234 years, Revolutionary War battle Huck’s Defeat brought to life at Brattonsville

Fifteen years later, Michael Scoggins, no longer a Winthrop student but now a historian for the York County Culture and Heritage Museums, will stand Saturday on the exact site where Patriot militia launched a dawn attack on July12, 1780, overwhelming British regulars and volunteers. The battle helped turn the tide of the Revolutionary War.

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