The special event commemorating the 232nd anniversary of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse on March 16-17th, 2013, will have the callsign – N4G.
QSL cards will be provided upon completion of the event. We will provide a QSL card for all stations logged, via US Mail (for US stations) or through the QSL bureau (for DX stations)...
Did You Know?
The British commander in the Battle of Guilford Court House, Lieutenant General Charles, Second Earl Cornwallis, while sitting as a member of the House of Lords, had voted against the Stamp Act and all the other Parliamentary measures that led to the outbreak of the Revolutionary War?
Unmarked Grave . . .
The third of North Carolina's signers of the Declaration of Independence, Joseph Hewes, died in Philadelphia in 1779 and was buried in Christ's Church Yard. In the 1890's when his remains were being sought, the park's founders were told the actual site of his grave was unmarked.
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On Both Sides . . .
African American soldiers served in both American and British armies in the Battle of Guilford Courthouse?