The Revolutionary War Walking History Book
Although often overlooked in history books, Charleston's role in the independence movement was no less important than that of Philadelphia and Boston. Four of the signers of the Declaration of Independence and four of the men who signed the U.S. Constitution called the Lowcountry their home. The city had its own Tea Party and its own Liberty Tree. The first decisive victory by the Americans over the British took place in Charleston, as did the longest siege of any city during the war. Learn about Charleston's Revolutionary War history through this unique format which can be enjoyed by readers who wish to tour the city by foot or by those who prefer to simply tour it from their home through 50 photos of the city's most relevant buildings and interesting anecdotal information.
Written by Mary Clark Coy
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