George Washington, his white oak fort and how he started a world war

2020-04-11T00:55:09-04:00February 20th, 2018|History|

England and France were old enemies and in the 1750s that was no different. Both wanted to be the dominant power in Europe and to control all of North America. What would become Canada and the United States were rich in resources and by having total control of that territory that nation could control the [...]

The Camden Oak

2020-04-11T00:55:11-04:00October 12th, 2017|History|

Perhaps no town in what became the United States other than Boston or Philadelphia witnessed more of the American Revolution than Camden, South Carolina. Located inland about 125 miles from Charleston it was an important trading post leading into the wilderness. All roads in South Carolina seemed to lead to Camden. The Catawba tribe lived [...]