- n. battle in the American Revolution; Americans under Daniel Morgan defeated the British
“Cattle-raisers, learning from Indian traders of the fertile interior, followed the trails with their "cowpens," which in turn gave place to permanent farms.”
“Travelers of the eighteenth century found the "cowpens" among the canebrakes and peavine pastures of the”
“And having seen the hamlets and the cowpens provided for his son and having also beheld Santa, his great resentment was appeased.”
“If you measured 'em it would a-been several cowpens full.”
“Daniel, aged ten at this time, watched the herds; at sunset he drove them to the cabin for milking, and locked them in the cowpens at night.”
“By sunrise, father and I were dressed, and out upon the farm, or at the stables or the cowpens, followed by Boxer and Frolic, our Irish terriers.”
“The experience of the Carolina cowpens guided the ranchers of Texas.”
“Bob took a wide circuit in order to catch the eye of a brown milkmaid in the cowpens, who sniffed the air scornfully, to show that she did not see him, and buried the waves of her black hair into the silken sides of”
“He could see men and plough-horses on their way to the fields; and, that far away, he could hear the sound of old Ephraim's axe at the woodpile, the noises around the barn and cowpens, and old Aunt Keziah singing a hymn in the kitchen, the old wailing cry of the mother-slave.”
“From the cowpens was coming a sturdy negro girl with a bucket of foaming milk in each hand and a third balanced on her head, singing with all the strength of her lungs.”
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