We visited this site earlier this year, but due to forgetfulness and business, I forgot to post this. Now this site is not exactly hidden, and it is one of Banastre Tarleton’s most infamous British victories. Americans argue it was a massacre, but some argue that war is war. I’ll let you read more about the battle on Wikipedia’s page.
Many people forget about South Carolina’s involvement in the Revolutionary War. More Revolutionary War battles occurred in South Carolina than any other state. Today, some of the major sites are preserved like 96, Camden, and King’s Mountain. Information to get to those sites are readily available online. However, the Battlefield for the Waxhaws (Also known as Buford Battleground) is now a privately own cattle farm.
However, there is a small plot of land dedicated to the battle, and includes many graves.
To find the Battle of Waxhaws site, here are the coordinates: