All Kinds of (Revolutionary) War: House in the Horseshoe
September 13 @ 10:15 am - 11:15 am
Join for a live, streaming discussion of the American Revolution and experience what it was like to make decisions under fire in North Carolina. North Carolinians participated in events lead up to as well as the actions of the Revolutionary War. From the cry of “King George and Broadswords” at the Battle of Moores Creek in February 1776, to recognition that “Another such victory would ruin the British Army,” following the Battle of Guilford Courthouse in March 1781, people in the state made choices about freedom and survival. A Tory War skirmish that occurred at the House in the Horseshoe in August 1781 speaks to those choices. To register CLICK HERE.