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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Kershaw County, South Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Kershaw County, South Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Kershaw County, SC (100) Chesterfield County, SC (19) Darlington County, SC (69) Fairfield County, SC (34) Lancaster County, SC (56) Lee County, SC (24) Richland County, SC (325) Sumter County, SC (67)  KershawCounty(100) Kershaw County (100)  ChesterfieldCounty(19) Chesterfield County (19)  DarlingtonCounty(69) Darlington County (69)  FairfieldCounty(34) Fairfield County (34)  LancasterCounty(56) Lancaster County (56)  LeeCounty(24) Lee County (24)  RichlandCounty(325) Richland County (325)  SumterCounty(67) Sumter County (67)
Camden is the county seat for Kershaw County
Adjacent to Kershaw County, South Carolina
      Chesterfield County (19)  
      Darlington County (69)  
      Fairfield County (34)  
      Lancaster County (56)  
      Lee County (24)  
      Richland County (325)  
      Sumter County (67)  
 
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1South Carolina, Kershaw County, Bethune — 28-7 — Pleasant Hill Baptist Church
2South Carolina, Kershaw County, Bethune — 28-16 — Tiller's Ferry
3South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — A Daring Plan
4South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — A Final Encounter
5South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Action at Logtown
6South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — African Americans Choose Sides
7South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Agnes of Glasgow 1760 ~ 1780
8South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 3 — All the King's Men
9South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — American Commanders
10South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 5 — Attack at Dawn
11South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Baron DeKalb
12South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-8 — Baruch Home
13South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-1 — Battle of Camden
14South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-2 — Battle Of Hobkirk Hill
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15South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-2 (#1) — Battle of Hobkirk Hill
16South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Battle of Hobkirk's Hill
17South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — British Commanders
18South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-4 — Camden
19South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-4 (#1) — Camden
20South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Camden - Strategic Key
21South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Camden Battlefield
22South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Capt. Robert Kirkwood (1756-1791)
23South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 9 — Charge and Countercharge
24South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Citizen - Soldiers
25South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Colonel Joseph Kershaw's Tomb
26South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Confederate War Memorial
27South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 8 — Defeat in the Center
28South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Donald Truesdell MemorialMedal of Honor Recipient
29South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 10 — Driven from the Field
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30South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28 13 — E.H. Dibble Store / Eugene H. Dibble
31South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Forced to Retreat
32South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Fruitless Victory
33South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-5 — Gaol
34South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 6 — General Gate's Disgrace
35South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-3 — General Greene's Headquarters
36South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Greene's Counterblow
37South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Historic Camden Revolutionary War SiteWelcome to Historic Camden
38South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — In Honor and Rememberance
39South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — James Polk Dickinson
40South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-10 — John C. West Boyhood Home
41South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Joseph Kershaw (1728-1791)
42South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Kershaw House
43South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — King Haiglar Tower
44South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Maj. Gen. Baron Johann de Kalb's Original Gravesite
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45South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-11 — Mather Academy
46South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 2 — Meet the American Army of 1780
47South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-17 — Monroe Boykin Park
48South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Monument to Kershaw County’s Confederate Dead
49South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Monument to Lt. Col. James Polk Dickinson
50South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Native Allies
51South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Northeast Redoubt
52South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Northwest Redoubt
53South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Nothwest Redoubt
54South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Old Camden Courthouse and Gaol
55South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Palisade Wall
56South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 7 — Panic and Valor
57South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Pantheon
58South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Powder Magazine
59South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Presbyterian Meeting House
60South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Prisoners of War
61South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 11 — Pursued Beyond the Battlefield
62South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Quaker Burying Ground
63South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Revolutionary War Memorial
64South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Richard Kirkland
65South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-18 — Samuel Mathis House
66South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 4 — Shots in the Dark
67South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Southeast Redoubt
68South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Southwest Redoubt
69South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Southwest Redoubt
70South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Struggle for the Hill
71South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The American Army
72South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Americans Return
73South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Battle of Hobkirk Hill
74South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Bishop Davis Housecirca 1817
75South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The British Army
76South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The British Attack
77South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The British Evacuation
78South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Camden Oakcirca 1790
79South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Cleveland School Fire
80South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Common
81South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The De Kalb Monument
82South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Fortified Post
83South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Loyalists
84South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 28-19 — The Price House
85South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — 1 — The Road to Battle
86South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Southern Campaign, Apr 1781 - Dec 1782
87South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Southern Campaign, Aug 1780 - Apr 1781
88South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — The Southern Campaign, Dec 1778 - Aug 1780
89South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — War in the Backcountry
90South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — West Redoubt
91South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — West Redoubt
92South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — William Washington's Ride
93South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden — Women in the Revolution
94South Carolina, Kershaw County, Cassatt — 28-9 — Midway High School
95South Carolina, Kershaw County, Cassatt — 28-12 — West's Crossroads / Donald H. Holland House
96South Carolina, Kershaw County, Elgin — In Memory of All American Veterans
97South Carolina, Kershaw County, Liberty Hill — 28 - 15 — Peay's Ferry / Peay's Ferry Road
98South Carolina, Kershaw County, Liberty Hill — 28-14 — Warrenton Muster Ground
99South Carolina, Kershaw County, Lugoff — Our Honored Dead
100South Carolina, Kershaw County, Rembert — 28-6 — Battle of Boykin's Mill
 
 
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Feb. 2, 2023