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    Cowpens

    National Battlefield South Carolina

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  • Cowpens National Battlefield

    Leaders at the Battle of Cowpens: Morgan and Tarleton

    GOAL: To have students contrast and compare the leadership styles of Daniel Morgan and Banastre Tarleton at the Battle of Cowpens in context of the Revolutionary War.

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    Brother Against Brother

    GOAL: To understand the civil war nature of the American Revolution in the South. (The highest number and most violent engagements of the war took place in the South. It was in the south that the Patriots secured victory.)

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    Native American Connections

    GOAL: To introduce students to Catawba and Cherokee culture in the Revolutionary Era Carolinas and have them access the role of each in the American Revolution.

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    Citizenship Then and Now

    GOAL:To introduce to students the connection of citizenship to ideals of the American Revolution and to demonstrate the importance of civic responsibility and participatory choicesin American constitutional government.

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    Material Culture: The Powder Horn

    GOAL: To introduce to students material culture related to the Battle of Cowpens.

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    Personal Effects of a Revolutionary War Soldier

    GOAL:To have students learn about the personal effects carried by soldiers during the American Revolution.

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    Material Culture: the Fife and Drum

    GOAL: To introduce to students material culture and music related to the Battle of Cowpens.

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    Herbs and Medicinals in the Backcountry

    GOAL: To introduce students to backcountry lifestyles related to the battle of Cowpens.

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    Early American Activities

    GOAL:To give students the opportunity to relate how early settlers used the knowledge of their ancestors to make some of the necessities needed for survival in the early South Carolina frontier. Early American Activities.

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    Lifestyle: Revolutionary War Era Clothing

    To provide the opportunity for students to identify clothing of the Revolutionary War Era in comparison with modern clothing.

Did You Know?

John Eager Howard

Baltimore, Maryland is built on land once owned by Lieutenant Colonel John Eager Howard, Continental commander at the Battle of Cowpens.