Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution is an informal fellowship of people with an interest in the events, people, places, and ideas surrounding the American War of Independence. We organize conferences, roundtables, field trips, and archeological expeditions to promote research and sharing of information and to promote scholarly debate. And we publish the on-line magazine Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution. We also facilitate the discovery, preservation, interpretation, and promotion of historic sites on the ground.
Q. Is it possible to subscribe to SCAR magazine?
A. At present there are no subscriptions per se, but if you will send Charles B. Baxley your email and snail mail addresses, we will notify you be email of the posting of an new edition as well as other relevant events.
Q. Is it possible to join SCAR and become a member of the organization?
A. SCAR has no "members", only people who have expressed an interest and are listed on our mailing list. SCAR is based on mutual friendship and is always seeking others with similar interest and a willingness to share and help others. Just attend, meet the group ... we invite your participation.
Q. Is it possible to make a financial contribution to help with the costs of the magazine and other SCAR projects?
A. Financial contributions are certainly welcomed. SCAR is not an IRC sec. 501(c)3 tax exempt organization not is it's publisher, Woodward Corporation; so any contributions are not automatically tax deductable. Contributions to the SCAR sponsored Battle of Hobkirk's Hill archaeology project are made through our sponsor, the Kershaw County Historical Society, which is an IRC sec. 501(c)3 organization.
Q. What is the relation between SCAR and the new American Revolution Association and its national magazine American Revolution?
A. There is no formal or legal relationship between the organizations; however, the new American Revolution Association was founded by David Reuwer (a co-founder of SCAR) to take the SCAR principals of fun, fellowship and scholarship on the Revolutionary War era nationwide.
Last updated August 22, 2011