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The group formed in Pulaski, Tenn., became the most well-known: the Ku Klux Klan.
Hart County was named for her, and the town of Hartford, which in 1810 was the county seat of Pulaski.Revolutionary Reader|Sophie Lee Foster
The timely arrival of Pulaski with the cavalry alone saved them from utter destruction.
There was another time,' she goes on, 'that you nearly got left—it was at Pulaski City.'Options|O. Henry
The gallant Pulaski was among the slain, and Estaing received two severe wounds.The American Revolution|John Fiske
Pulaski's infantry surprised in the night by the British, and 50 killed, including baron de Bose.