The bookstore at Kings Mountain National Park is managed by Eastern National. The bookstore sells items related to the history of the battle and the American Revolution and the related 18th-century period--books, postcards and reproduction artifacts. The bookstore also sells books on the national parks and nature topics. Funded by Eastern National, this cooperating association uses sales profits to aid the public programs of the National Park Service.
Online list of available books, commemorative items and other educational media.
For a more detailed list of items, contact the park bookstore at 864-936-7921.
Did You Know?
Women participated in the battle at Kings Mountain and the Kings Mountain campaign. Two women fought here with Ferguson, one was killed. Also, Mary Patton of Tennessee made the gunpowder used by the Americans.