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Daniel Morgan
June 22, 1775 Daniel Morgan elected captain of his Virginia militia (Winchester). They are ordered to report to Boston.
  Daniel Morgan
August 6, 1775 Daniel Morgan and his company of Virginia militia report to American command in Boston
  Daniel Morgan
November 10, 1775 Under the command of Benedict Arnold, American forces begin the invasion of Canada. Involved in this invasion are Captain Daniel Morgan and Brigadier General Richard Montgomery, both of whom have counties in Georgia named for them.
  Daniel Morgan
December 31, 1775 Richard Montgomery dies while storming the city of Quebec, Canada. Daniel Morgan is taken prisoner.
  Daniel Morgan
November 12, 1776 Daniel Morgan promoted to Colonel in the militia while still a prisoner of war.
  Daniel Morgan
June 13, 1777 Colonel Daniel Morgan assumes his first Continental command position
  Daniel Morgan
October 13, 1780 Daniel Morgan promoted to Brigadier General
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January 4, 1781 General Danial Morgan publishes an address to refugees of Georgia, appealing to them to join him in a return to Georgia. Morgan, at that time, was encamped on the Pacolet River
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July 6, 1802 Daniel Morgan dies
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December 10, 1807 Morgan County created
  Daniel Morgan
  Creation of Georgia Counties
  Morgan County, Georgia






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