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Elizabeth Maxwell Steel of Salisbury is said to have provided much need accommodation and support to Nathaniel Greene as he retreated northward in front of the advancing army of Cornwallis in February 1781. This articles recounts the erection of a monument in her honor in 1911 by the Daughters of the American Revolution. Her wartime letters provide evidence of her sentiments in favor of the Patriot cause.