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This battlefield represents a great part of Georgia history and the part that it played in the Revolutionary war. It is improving each year as grants are awarded for improvements. It is a great place for young people to experience and learn about the founding of our country and how the local area played a great part in it's development.
This Revolutionary War event of Feb. 14, 1779 is celebrated around Feb 14. It is an annual event by the Georgia Sons of the American Revolution. This year the city celebrated Revolutionary Days from Feb. 12-14. It is celebrated in Washington by a color guard parade and a battle reenactment followed by a ceremony at the Kettle Creek State Park.... 更多
We all know of the Revolutionary battlefields of Valley Forge, and Yorktown. But finding out that a critical revolutionary battlefield was in Georgia, was a surprise. Growing up and being educated in Georgia, I had no idea... If you enjoy history, American, Southern, or Georgia, you must visit! Granted it's not easy to find, and is not overrun with tourist.... 更多
This first time visit was an adventure and give ones with a vivid imagination the feeling the armies are near and could come through the trees any time. It is a must for anyone who appreciates the history of colonial Georgia and America. There is a picnic table for persons staying a while for hiking the. That is my goal... 更多
Climbing War Hill to reach Kettle Creek Battlefield feels like traveling back in time, through woods where American Patriot forces and Loyalists fought one of the most important battles of the Revolutionary War to be fought in Georgia. At the top of the hill is a small, pretty park, with two monuments and a small cemetery, where some of the... 更多
KETTLE CREEK BATTLE: February 14,1779, Wilkes County, GA holds a unique place in America history. It was the battle that... 更多
So many Ga sites are associated with the Civil War, we sometimes forget there were several key Revolutionary War actions... 更多