Touring South Carolina's Revolutionary War Sites
Many historians believe the fortunes of the American Patriots during the Revolutionary War turned dramatically on the battlefields of North and South Carolina. This guide travels to such sites in South Carolina as Cowpens, Ninety Siz, Camden, Eutaw Springs, and Kings Mountain. It also includes relevant historic sites in many of South Carolina's towns, including Charleston, Columbia, Winnsboro, and Georgetown. The tours also incporporate anecdotes involving some of the imprtant players in America's fight for independence, including Francis Marion, Thomas Sumter, Andrew Jackson, Henry Drayton, Charles Pinckney, and Henry Middleton.
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army attack Banastre Tarleton battle blocks Bratton bridge British buried Camden camp Captain captured cemetery Chamber of Commerce Charleston Cherokee colonial command Commerce P.O. Box Congress constructed Continental Continue north Cornwallis Creek Cunningham current tour stop drive south Ferry Follow U.S. force Francis Marion Georgetown grave historical marker House Indian John Rutledge junction with S.C. Kings Mountain later Laurens left and drive left on S.R. Lieutenant located Lord Rawdon Major miles north miles south miles to S.R. militia monument Moultrie Museum Nathanael Greene nearby Ninety Six north on S.C. officer Park Patrick Ferguson Patriots Pee Dee Pickens Pinckney plantation Presbyterian Church proceed north Redcoats Retrace your route Return Revolution Revolutionary Revolutionary War right and drive right on S.R. road served soldiers South Carolina star fort Street Sullivan's Island Swamp Fox Thomas Sumter took Tories town troops Turn left Turn right walk Waxhaws William Moultrie wounded