Archaeology & Walking Tour of Battle of Hobkirk’s Hill

youngster_guideDespite rainy interruptions April 27, 2008, a cheerful crowd of about 50 followed our tour to the end, attentive to lively explanations by our guide.

Charles Baxley & other Survey Team members of the project ARCHH, "Archaeological Reconnaissance & Computerization of Hobkirk’s Hill," an area battlefield survey.

Charles Baxley & other Survey Team members of the project ARCHH, “Archaeological Reconnaissance & Computerization of Hobkirk’s Hill,” an area battlefield survey.

Presenters and Tour Guides — Charles Baxley & other Survey Team members of the project ARCHH, “Archaeological Reconnaissance & Computerization of Hobkirk’s Hill,” an area battlefield survey. About 50 persons walked the guided tour, starting at the corner of Greene & Fair Streets (near Holly Hedge) in Camden. We viewed exhibits and had refreshments on the front porch of 403 Greene Street,  where the tour concluded with conversation.. Preview the ARCHH team’s work at the ARCHH webpage, sponsored by The Kershaw County Historical Society.

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