VideoThe Battle of Eutaw Springs in Orangeburg County took place in 1781 and was important in the Patriot’s cause in the Revolutionary War. In a near rout, Nathanael Greene's army beat the British in the...
And Then There Were Thirteen
Walk with Dr. Henry Lumpkin on the battlegrounds of Yorktown, Guilford Courthouse, Cowpens, Kings Mountain, Eutaw Springs, Blackstocks, Ninety-Six, Camden, and Charleston, South Carolina. Travel to Savannah, Georgia to the forests and swamps where General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox," rode and fought. Trek into the mountains and follow the Cherokee Campaign. Stand on the reconstructed fort made of palmetto log and sand, on the exact site where William Moultrie successfully battled the British attack on Sullivan's Island in 1776.
A companion book, From Savannah to Yorktown (ISBN #0-913729-48-5) by Henry Lumpkin, is available from Paragon House Publishers, 90 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10011. Phone: (212)620-2820
Battle of Eutaw Springs | And Then There Were Thirteen (1976)