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SC REVOLUTIONARY RIVERS TRAIL
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Cayce
The main building in the Cayce Historical Museum complex is
a replica of a trading post, which was built in the area between
1760 - 1765. That trading post was seized by the British during the
American Revolution and was used as a fort called Fort Granby.
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COWPENS NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD
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CAYCE HISTORICAL MUSEUM
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Multiple Sites in the Pee Dee Area
Explore the cypress swampland that Revolutionary War hero
General Francis Marion used in guerrilla warfare tactics to hide
his militia, earning him the nickname of Swamp Fox.
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Gaffney
The Battle of Cowpens became known as the turning point of
the war and saw the only successful use of double envelopment, a
classic military tactic, in the American Revolution.
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HANOVER HOUSE
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Clemson
Built in 1716 for Paul de St. Julien in Berkeley County. The
house was later dismantled and moved to Clemson University
and is furnished with period reproductions and donations.
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KINGS MOUNTAIN NATIONAL MILITARY PARK
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Blacksburg
The Battle of Kings Mountain was one of the few major battles of
the war fought entirely between Americans and was the first major
Patriot victory after the British invasion of Charleston in May 1780.
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WALNUT GROVE PLANTATION
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Established in 1767 by the Moore family, who supported the
Patriot cause. Local militia gathered at Walnut Grove prior
to the Battle of Cowpens. Visitors may take guided tours
of the house and grounds.
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