Unmarked Sites, South Carolina

At many small-scale battle sites burial sites without named markers have been identified. These are known to archaeologists, but as they are not on protected official sites and need to be protected from memorabilia-hunters, no geographical specifics will be given.

John A. Morrow tells us of a place where "only a dirt road winding through woods" leads to scattered cairns which cover the remains of British Legion troopers and comrades from regular regiments. Archaeological investigation has revealed that the soil-type has completely eroded any remains, however.

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