Return to King’s Mountain – November 1. During the bicentennial observances of the birth of the United States, Columbia State History professor Dr. William X. Andrews took students on a number of field trips to sites associated with the American Revolution. To him, one of the most compelling was King’s Mountain because of its remote location and the significance of the battle that took place there. Forty years later, Dr. Andrews, now retired, made a return to King’s Mountain and, in this PowerPoint program, revisits the significance of the battle that took place there and the changes that the battlefield has undergone over the course of time.
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