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REV WAR FIELD DAYS: Historic Camden 50th Anniversary
November 7, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Check out some pictures from the event!
Collaborating with the SC Liberty Trail partners, Historic Camden Foundation will provide a living history journey through the Southern Campaign supported by historically related exhibits and demonstrations. Activities will be held outdoors and adhere to governmental restrictions for distancing and face covering.
Follow our Facebook page to see a list of partners and associated sites attending on November 7th!
*Spend a few peaceful hours where the British spent a rough year. Bring a picnic lunch and blanket for the lawn!
*Ticket sales will begin at 10am at the gate! Parking will be available in the field next to the city arena (off of Broad Street). This event will take place rain or shine.
Spend the day On SC’s Liberty Trail
Walk the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution 1780 — 1783
Living History and Demonstrations from NPS Partners and Liberty Trail Sites
Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site
10:OOam to 4:OOpm on Nov 7, 2020
222 Broad Street
$10 admission at the gate (children under 6 are free)
As part of our anniversary celebration, the Historic Camden Foundation is proud to have partners attending from numerous organizations!
Iron Forge – Blacksmith and Gun Making
Brickyard Kiln Firing
Pottery and Pinch Pot Making
McCaskill Farms Wool Shearing Display
Ashley’s Goodies From Old McCaskill Farms
English Country Dancers will perform
Liberty Trail Sites & Partners
South Carolina Battleground Preservation Trust
American Battlefield Trust
Archaeology of Historic Camden
NSCDSC – Old Powder Magazine, Charleston, SC March – 1780
Friends of Buford Massacre Battlefield, Waxhaws, SC – May 1780
Historic Brattonsville/Hucks Defeat – SC – July 1780
Battle of Camden – SC – August 1780
Guilford Courthouse National Park – NC – March 1781
Battle of Hobirk’s Hill – Camden, SC – April 1781
During Rev War Field Days at Historic Camden- November 6th– 8th Inaugural Firing of the Brick Kiln at the Joseph Kershaw Horticulture and Trade Program.
Engage in the process of building kilns and the 5 day firing process!