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SC Groups and Battles of the American Revolution

Most African Americans continued to be ____________ during the war. Slaves
Who were nurses, worked the farms and were both loyalists and patriots during the war? Women
Where did most loyalists in SC live? Lowcountry
What is another name for a loyalist? Tory
Who were Author Middleton, Edward Rutledge, Thomas Lynch Jr. and Thomas Heyward Jr? SC delegates who signed the DOI
What was the first battle/patriot victory in SC? Fort Moultrie
Who won the seize on Charles Town? British
Which fighters used guerrilla warfare? Patriots
Whose nickname was The Gamecock and was a partisan leader? Thomas Sumpter
Whose nickname was the Swamp fox and was a partisan leader? Francis Marion
Whose nickname was the Wizard Owl and was a partisan leader? Andrew Pickens
Which SC battle was a disaster because of the poor leadership of Horatio Gates? Camden
Which battle took place on a mountain, when militiamen surrounded a British troop led by Patrick Ferguson? Kings Mountain
Which battle was a Patriot victory by combining the militia and Continental Army to trick the British? Cowpens
Which battle was considered a "tie" and was the last battle in SC? Eutaw Springs
What was the greatest accomplishment of the 2nd Continental Congress? Writing the Declaration of Independence
Created by: eowen8
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