South Carolina Backcountry Revolutionary War Sites

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South Carolina Backcountry Battle Sites


Battle of Camden (16 August 1780), Kershaw County SC:

Battlefield Site

Camden Battlefield Marker

National Park Service Marker

Baron de Kalb Marker

Battle of Kings Mountain (07 October 1780), York County SC:

Entrance to Kings Mountain Battlefield

Major Chronicle's Marker

Centennial Monument

United States Monument

Site where Patrick Ferguson Died

Grave Site of Patrick Ferguson

Cowpens Battlefield Site (17 January 1781), Cherokee County SC:

Entrance Sign

United States Memorial Monument

Washington Light Infantry Monument

Battlefield View from the American Continentals Position

Battlefield View from General Morgan's Camp

Robert Scruggs House

Daniel Morgan Monument

Siege of the Star Fort at Ninety-Six (May - June 1781), Greenwood County SC:

Entrance Sign

Miscellaneous Views from the Site Trail

Views of the Star Fort Remains

Views of the Stockade Fort (Reconstruction)

Black Swan Tavern

Chester County SC Battle Sites:

Fish Dam Ford Battle Site

Fishing Creek Battle Site

Beckham's Old Fields Battle Site

Fairfield County SC Battle Sites:

Rocky Mount Battle Site

Dutchman's Creek Battle Site

Mobley's Meeting House Battle Site

Greenville County SC Battle Site:

Battle of the Great Cane Break

Kershaw County SC Battle Site:

Hobkirk's Hill Battle Site

Laurens County SC Battle Site:

Musgrove's Mill Battle Site

Spartanburg County SC Battle Sites:

Wofford's Iron Works

Fort Prince

Thicketty Fort

Union County SC:

Beatty Bridge Area

Blackstock's Battlefield Site

Colonel Thomas Fletchall's Plantation

York County SC:

William Hill's Ironworks