Podcast: Fort Ninety Six…from the Cherokee to the Revolution
Historyman presents Fort Ninety Six from the Cherokee to the Revolution with Rick Morris. Rick reviews takes us from the treaties that pushed the Cherokee off of their hunting grounds, through the Regulator movement and into the first land battles of the Revolutionary War.
Podcast: The Battle of Blackstocks with Michael Burgess
Michael Burgess gives a play by play on the Battle of Blackstocks. In this final contest between Sumter and Tarleton, both act contrary to their normal tactics. Freedom Reigns at EKBarnes.com
The Battle of Fishing Creek with Benjamin Rubin Pt 1 of 2
Southern Historian Benjamin Rubin relates the SC Revolutionary War story of the Battle of Fishing creek. Pt 1 of 2. Freedom Reigns at EKBarnes.com
Podcast: Francis Marion with Charles Baxley Ep 2 of 2
Francis Marion is a genuine hero of the American Revolution. Charles Baxley shares the stories of how he became a legend from South Carolina. Freedom Reigns. 2 of 2
Podcast: Bernard George and the Patriots of Harlowe
Historyman presents Bernard George and the free-black community of Harlowe during the American Revolution. Freedom Reigns at EKBarnes.com
Podcast: Geoff Baggett and his junior series of Revolutionary War books
Geoff Baggett gives us an inside scoop of his book series written for junior readers. Leaning on his love of the Hardy Boy series, Geoff creates storylines with historical significance for the young at heart. Find out more at: https://cockedhat.wordpress.com/
Podcast: The Powder Magazine Charleston SC with Katherine Pemberton
For a deeper dive into the Powder Magazine of Charleston, SC go to: www.powdermagazine.org and https://walledcitytaskforce.org/
The Tyrant Comes to Call, the Reception Committee, Volume 1 Historyman Comics presents our debut into the Comic Book world. The British take Charleston, SC in May 1780 and move inland. After taking Camden, SC with ease, they expect little resistance. The redcoats then move toward the upstate of SC. William Bratton, Richard Winn and …
Historyman presents: Raid on Fair Lawn Plantation, November 17, 1781, by our friends at www.Southern-Campaigns.org
“Burning hospitals and marching the patients off as prisoners is not the sort of thing for which Gen. Francis Marion is known, but it happened during a raid by troops under his command on November 17, 1781.” Read more here!
Historyman presents: The Botetourt Resolutions March 11, 1775
After a brush up in the Indian country (Lord Dunmore\’s war) the leaders of Botetourt and Fincastle (western most regions of VA) came home to a country in an uproar over the injustices of England towards the colonies. Here is one of the resolutions submitted.
Historyman presents: The Pittsylvania, VA Resolves, January 26, 1775
The Pittsylvania Resolves come from the Danville, Chatham area of Virginia. These resolves were yet another in a series of statements across the colonies in support of the patriots in Boston. Pledging their lives and money to the cause of Liberty, they sealed their intentions with their signatures. Freedom Reigns!
Historyman Podcast: Fort Thicketty and Cherokee County, SC
Cherokee County\’s own Joseph Johnson describes the Revolutionary War engagement at Fort Thicketty. Hear the story of how Patriots, led by Isaac Shelby caused the loyalists to surrender without firing a shot. Freedom Reigns!
Historyman presents: The Declaration of Independence
Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness…That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness
Podcast: Nancy\’s Nuggets of History from Chester County SC…Justice Gaston
Short nuggets of Rev War History from Chester County SC