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Ninety-Six: A Town Divided by War

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The small town of Ninety-Six, in South Carolina, was the site of the first battle of the Revolutionary War in the south. Later in the war the town's military fort came under siege from Nathanael Greene's Patriots. The site can still be visited today. (Runtime 2:19)

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Related Battles

South Carolina | May 22, 1781
Result: British Victory
Estimated Casualties