“A Turning Point” Invitation

(Image in “Turning Points” exhibit,
Courtesy of Don Troiani, copyrighted)

At the Camden Archives & Museum
Co-Sponsored by The Kershaw County Historical Society


We invite you to observe a Revolutionary turning point
Sunday afternoon, April 25, 2021
240th Anniversary on this date of the Battle of Hobkirk’s Hill

3:00 p.m. Outdoor program on the battle’s importance
Speaker (with microphone): John Miller
At front center entrance of Camden Archives & Museum
(1314 Broad Street, Camden, South Carolina)

Park your car at indicated areas. Bring your own lawn chair.
Seat yourself socially distanced. Masks required in Archives.
Archives will open at 2:30 and until 5:00 for viewing its exhibit:

The Battles of Camden—Turning Points of the Revolution.

In case of rain, re-scheduled until next Sunday, May 2

Joan A. Inabinet and L. Glen Inabinet are co-authors of A HISTORY OF KERSHAW COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA (2011, University of South Carolina Press) and active in the Kershaw County Historical Society in Camden, S.C.

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