A celebration of the backwoodsmen from North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia who marched to Kings Mountain and defeated a Loyalist force, resulting in what Thomas Jefferson called the turning point int he American Revolution.
The first day of the march to Kings Mountain was fairly uneventful and surprisingly slow going considering the Overmountain Men only marched a little over three miles after leaving Sycamore Shoals. The group stops, slaughters a few animals for food, and picks up the pace, arriving at the Doe River where they make camp. Meanwhile lots of things are happening in the Piedmont of North Carolina.
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