Go on a 116-mile road trip through South Carolina's Olde English District and visit 9 key stopsto learn about the Revolutionary War.
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Explore a timeline of the Revolutionary War in the south and learn about Britain's Southern Strategy to win the war.
Explore the small museum inside a renovated Carnegie Library and learn about the area's genealogy.
Go for a walk on one of the most significant battlefields in South Carolina and see the supposed spot where Johann de Kalb was mortally wounded.
Visit the battlefield surrounded by war-time propaganda and see the beautiful landscaping completed by a local high school.
See the final burial ground of William Richardson Davie, a Revolutionary War hero who employed a teenage Andrew Jackson during the war.
Learn about a president's childhood exploits during the Revolutionary War and learn about the contested origin of his birth - was it in North Carolina or South Carolina?
Go for a hike along the Catawba River and see where British and Continental armies forded the river during the Revolutionary War.
Visit the battlefield of a small - but important - skirmish between Loyalists and Patriots that led to Huck's defeat.
Walk around the battlefield that Thomas Jefferson later said was the "turn of the tide of success" for the Patriots.
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