American Coastal Settlements

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This was an essential point because it made it harder for their towns to attack. Take this excerpt from when Mary Jemison's family was captured, and this shows the need for a militia. Mary said , "They first secured my father, and then rushed into the house, and without the least resistance made prisoners of my mother, " Mary's family was situated out in the backcountry and a group of ten people came to plunder their house and capture them...
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Now, in a coastal settlement they would have been able to see the attack coming and might have been able to defend themselves. Mary Jamison's family was victim to not being able to defend themselves. Now, let's contrast that with a coastal town such as Charleston, South Carolina they have the luxury of having a border with the ocean, so they have a way to retreat if necessary...
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