The American Revolution was a period between 1765 and 1783. It includes the American Revolutionary War between 1775 and 1783. The American Revolution was a campaign by American colonies to gain independence from Brittain.
This battle, the largest Revolutionary War Battle this far west in the British Colonies and saw the founder of Oakley Plantation as a soldier in the ranks, will be celebrated through a day of Living History activities.
Immerse yourself in the American Revolutionary War at the Revolutionary War Encampment at the Constitution Center. Witness living history, drills, and demonstrations of 18th-century life at this free and captivating event.
Experience the magic of The Old South Ball, an enchanting event featuring dancing, a formal supper, a silent auction, and the Olde South Bazaar. Step into period attire and immerse yourself in the elegance of the 1700s and 1800s.
Step into history at The Battle of Blackstock's Farm Reenactment, as Union County commemorates a crucial clash in the fight for American independence. Witness the epic battle, explore camps, and immerse yourself in the 18th-century experience.