• Nathanael Greene Monument

    Guilford Courthouse

    National Military Park North Carolina

Hoskins House

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Hoskins Farmstead

Kindle Headman

The Hoskins farmstead served as a staging area for British troops during the battle. There is the Hoskins house, a reconstructed kitchen, a barn and a blacksmith shop on site. The farmstead also has a kitchen garden and several plots of field crops, all representative of an 18th Century farm. Today, only 7.5 acres of the original 150-acre farmstead is still intact.

 
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Hoskins House

Kindle Headman

The Hoskins house was built on this property in 1811-1813. The Hoskins family owned the land from 1778 to 1925.

 
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C. 1750-1850 style kitchen

Kindle Headman

Women spent much of the day inside or near the kitchen for cooking, laundry, and other household chores. The kitchen is a 1750-1850 style structure built here in 1987 from the wood of a local tobacco barn.
 

Did You Know?

British Soldiers

The British considered themselves to be the victors at Guilford Court House. However, they lost more than one-quarter of their army as casualties. Of the 1,900 redcoats, 532 were killed, wounded, captured or missing. The “defeated” American army lost 264 men out of a force of about 4,500.