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Ninety Six National Historic Site [SC]

The Ninety Six National Historic Site preserves the original 1781 Star Fort and the field of two Revolutionary War battles.

The location offers tours of a variety of fully restored structures, as well as the reconstructed Stockade Fort and siege trenches and the Black Swan Tavern. The location also features a variety of programs throughout the year, including interpretive history events and demonstrations. The website offers a brief history of the location as well as visitor information, an events calendar, and resources for teachers including field trip information. In order to contact the website via email, use the "contact us" link located on the left side of the webpage.

 
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