Corps of Discovery field trips are informal tours organized upon invitation of a host and guide. SCAR publishes a meeting date, time, and place of the Revolutionary War related sites to be visited. We invite all interested to carpool, join the hike and enjoy informal on-the-ground, interpretive presentations of research. SCAR keeps you posted on the details here.
March 19, 2011 - Ninety Six, SC – Corps of Discovery – “Off the Beaten Path at Ninety Six.“
May 21, 2011 - Charlotte, NC - Corps of Discovery - “Lord Cornwallis in Charlotte, fall 1780 – Into the Hornet’s Nest.”
November 13, 2011 – Cheraw, SC – touring the upper Pee Dee River Revolutionary War sites: the grave of NC militia Gen. Henry William Harrington; Claudius Pegues extant 18th c. house, site of the first prisoner exchange cartel; and the camp of repose of Gen. Nathanael Greene on Hick’s Creek.
November 19, 2011 – Ft. Mill, SC – Corps of Discovery – Lord Cornwallis Retreats from Charlotte.
March 11, 2012 – Camden, SC – join your battlefield guides, George Fields, David P. Reuwer, John Allison, Dean Hunt, and Charles B. Baxley, for a walking tour of the Battle of Camden.
January 13, 2013 – Mount Pleasant, SC.
Stay tuned for more upcoming Corps of Discovery!
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