South Carolina's Role in the Revolutionary War

Learn about South Carolina's role in the American Revolutionary War. Also, learn about major battles fought in South Carolina and meet political and war heroes like William Jasper, Thomas Sumter, Andrew Pickens, Francis Marion and more.
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Andrew Pickens, Part 4 - Pickens The Lawman
Andrew Pickens, Part 4 - Pickens The Lawman

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The Backcountry of S.C. had to deal with the fallout of the Cherokee War. Lawlessness was a big problem for the backcountry area, and Dr. Edgar and Dr. Andrew discuss the role of Andrew Pickens as a...
Andrew Pickens, Part 6 - The "Parole"
Andrew Pickens, Part 6 - The "Parole"

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With the fall of Charleston at the hands of the British in 1780, the patriot militia officers in the area (including Pickens) laid down their arms and signed a parole, which meant that the person...
Andrew Pickens, Part 2 - Early Family History
Andrew Pickens, Part 2 - Early Family History

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Dr. Rod Andrew, Jr. discusses the Pickens family’s early history, their Scots-Irish roots, and their transition from Northern Ireland to settling in the back country of colonial South Carolina. Dr...
Pinckney, Charles | South Carolina Public Radio
Pinckney, Charles | South Carolina Public Radio

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"P" is for Pinckney, Charles [1757-1784]. Planter, legislator, governor, statesman. In 1779, Pinckney began his public service as a member of the General Assembly. During the Revolution he...
3D VR - The Powder Magazine | Let's Go!
3D VR - The Powder Magazine | Let's Go!

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Completed by 1713, The Powder Magazine is the oldest governmental building in South Carolina. This facility was used as an arsenal from 1713 - 1748 to defend the colony from the Spanish, French...
The Powder Magazine | Let's Go!
The Powder Magazine | Let's Go!

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Completed by 1713, The Powder Magazine is the oldest governmental building in South Carolina. This facility was used as an arsenal from 1713 - 1748 to defend the colony from the Spanish, French...