On this day in 1777,
500 British soldiers attack the Peekskill, NY storehouse. Col. Marinus Willett arrives from Ft. Montgomery and begins firing then charging with bayonets. The British fall back to their boats and withdrew after The Battle of Peekskill.
And in 1779,
Col. LeRoy Hammond and some 500 militia run into 50 Creek Indians near Louisville, GA. The militia attack the Creek and drive them away. Hammond returns to camp with the scalps of the Indian dead after The Battle of Rocky Comfort Creek.