Celebrating Independence Day 2019—July 4th
Combined Continental Army and State Militia Forces Under the Command of Major General Nathanael Greene Battle to Regain Control of Much of South Carolina
South Carolina was outraged over British tax policies in the 1760s that violated what they saw as their constitutional right to "no taxation without representation". So, Merchants joined the boycott against buying British products.
When the London government harshly punished Massachusetts for the Boston Tea Party, South Carolina's leaders joined 11 other colonies (except Georgia) in forming the Continental Congress.
When the British attacked Lexington and Concord in the spring of 1775 and were beaten back by the Massachusetts Patriots, South…