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Ninety Six, Crossroads of a Revolution, DVD

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    Model: DV-144
    Run Time: 26 minutes
    Format: Plays Worldwide, NTSC format
  • Filmed & Edited in HD
  • 16.9 Widescreen
  • Ninety Six Picture Gallery
  • Bonus Rev War Park Videos: Minute Man, Valley Forge, Yorktown

Narrated by Trace Adkins
Positioned at the crossroads of critical trade routes that linked Cherokee territory to the city of Charleston, the town of Ninety Six was a seat of power in the British colony of South Carolina.

Ninety Six in the 1700s was a land of hope and opportunity, of conflict and revenge, a land of frontier justice.  This was the site of violent struggles between Cherokee and settlers and among settlers themselves - those loyal to the King pitted against “Patriots” for freedom. Ninety Six played a significant role in the struggle for American independence from British rule. It was the site of the first southern land battle of the Revolutionary War in 1775, and the scene of the longest field siege in 1781. Total run time: 26 minutes. Color. Stereo.
”Ninety Six””was produced by Great Divide Pictures for the NPS. Duplication prohibited.All rights reserved. Cover photos courtesy ©Great Divide Pictures. 

 

Filmed & Edited in HD
16.9 Widescreen
Ninety Six Picture Gallery
Bonus Rev War Park Video:
Minute Man
Valley Forge
Yorktown

 

 
 
1. Introduction
2. The Early Days
3. Revolution
4. The Brilliant Plan
5. Counter Attack
6. The Tide Turns
7. Lasting Legacies

 

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 27 April, 2010.

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