Reliving the Battle of Guilford Courthouse

Weekend: March 11 – 13, 2011

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This past weekend you missed: Nature Coast Civil War Reenactment,  Andersonville Living History,  Battle of Sand Ridge,  and the Battle of Guilford Court House.
Next weekend is:
Trigg County Civil War Days, Confederate Garrison Days, Fort Cooper Days and Military Through The Ages.

Newspaper & Blog Articles of the Events:

On March 12-13, The Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department hosted the 230th Anniversary Commemoration of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse on the grounds of Greensboro Country Park. The annual event commemorates the pivotal Revolutionary War battle fought at the current site of the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park.

Thousands of visitors were greeted with a wide range of activities, including re-enactment camps, battlefield tours, period crafts, musical performances and a stirring one-hour recreation of the battle itself. Over 400 reenactors from across the country traveled to Greensboro this year to set up camp on the grounds of what once hosted the most decisive battle of the American Revolution’s southern campaign 230 years ago… read on!


Reenactment Review | Photo + Review | Photography#1 | Photography #2 | Flickr Images |Guilford Courthouse National Park


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