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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Logan, Martha Daniell | South Carolina Public Radio
Logan, Martha Daniell | South Carolina Public Radio

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“L” is for Logan, Martha Daniell [1704-1779]. Horticulturist. When her father died in 1718, Martha Daniell inherited 48,000 acres on the Wando River and her father’s nursery business. Although she...
Williamson, Andrew | South Carolina Public Radio
Williamson, Andrew | South Carolina Public Radio

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“W” is for Williamson, Andrew [ca. 1730-1786]. Soldier. Williamson immigrated to Ninety Six District from his native Scotland. He was a lieutenant during the Cherokee War. An ardent patriot at the...
Greene, Nathanael | South Carolina Public Radio
Greene, Nathanael | South Carolina Public Radio

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“G” is for Greene, Nathanael [1742-1786]. Soldier. Early in the Revolution, Rhode Islander Nathanael Greene became close to George Washington and served on his staff. After the battle of Camden...
Winnsboro | South Carolina Public Radio
Winnsboro | South Carolina Public Radio

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“W” is Winnsboro [Fairfield County, population 3,599]. Winnsboro, the seat of Fairfield County, lies in the Piedmont on a ridge between the Broad and Wateree Rivers. In 1768 John Winn began acquiring...