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    April 13, 2023
    The brigades of Maryland and Delaware continentals suffered the most. Including officers, noncommissioned officers, and enlisted men, they counted more than 800 captured missing, or killed.  Some of the dead were left in the open.  Others were buried in shallow graves. The Fourteen who have now been given full military honors were twelve continentals five of which … read more


    April 11, 2023
    WE HAVE PARTNERED WITH THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION INSTITUTE TO BRING THE WORLD CLASS EXHIBIT SAVING SOLDIERS TO SOUTH CAROLINA The exhibit is full of primary source materials and just complated a 10-month run at Anderson House in Washington DC.   OPENING & RECEPTION Friday: Evening June 2st TIME: 6:30 pm to 8:30pm  LOCATION: 222 Broad Street, Camden, SC SAVING … read more


    April 10, 2023
    At least twice a month on Saturday evening we have Evening Lantern Tours. As you may know, the city of Camden has been around for a while! Throughout the years, our town has seen more than its share of drama, tragedy, and excitement. On our Folklore and Legends Lantern Tour, you can spend an hour … read more


    April 10, 2023
    On the third Thursday of every month we have a Make & Take! MAKE & TAKE Thursday May 18th TIME: 7pm to 8:30pm LOCATION: 222 Broad Street, Camden, SC COST: $15.00 INTRODUCTION TO QUILTING Join us in McCaa’s Tavern and learn the steps for basic quilt making! A basic knowledge of simple sewing is encouraged! … read more

    Sickness & Survival: Kershaw House gains new medical exhibit

    July 27, 2021
    In commemoration of the 241st Anniversary of the Battle of Camden, August 16, 1780, Historic Camden Foundation will be opening its new exhibit on medical practices and disease during colonial and Revolutionary War era Camden. Entitled Sickness and Survival this story, sponsored by BCBS, discusses South Carolinians health and effects of disease on both the … read more