Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
500 pieces, .25 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
The Battle of King’s Mountain Collection consists of newspapers and newspaper articles detailing the history of and celebration of the Battle of King’s Mountain during the American Revolution. Also included is Historical Sketch Of The Battle Of King’s Mountain, Fought Between The American and British Troops, At King’s Mountain, York Co., S.C. October 7, 1780 by Rev. Robert Lathan published in 1880, a pamphlet containing an address titled, “The Real Battle Of King’s Mountain…”delivered by Albert Mason Grist on October 14, 1938 to the Daughters of the American Revolution of Gastonia, NC, a postcard depicting Colonel Patrick Ferguson’s grave dated from the Sesquicentennial celebration held on October 7, 1930, a program celebrating the “Completion by the Federal Government of a National Monument in Recognition of the Decisive Importance of the Battle of King’s Mountain dated October 7, 1909, handwritten notes of the King’s Mountain Obelisk, and an annotated copy of the 1880 Address of Hon. John W. Daniel of Virginia at the 100th anniversary celebration from an unidentified newspaper.
The Battle of King's Mountain Collection was received by the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections from the York County Library via Jason Hyatt on August 8, 2019.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Battle of King's Mountain Collection - Accession 1722". Finding Aid 1187.