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31-17 Lynchburg Presbyterian Church and Cemetery
in South Carolina Historical Markers
This church was organized in 1855 by 21 charter members who met in the nearby Methodist church.
posted by: David Taylor
location: South Carolina
date approved: 4/18/2010
last visited: never
31-16 Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church
This church was established in 1809.
43-38 Kendall Institute
One of the first black schools in Sumter.
43-25 Military Post / Potters Raid
Civil war history in Sumter SC
last visited: 5/17/2010
Snee Farm - 10-20
A famous politician grew up near here.
posted by: ChapterhouseInc
date approved: 4/16/2010
last visited: 3/22/2011
40-64 Huger Street
Significance of Huger Street name in downtown Columbia, SC.
date approved: 3/28/2010
last visited: 5/30/2010
40-62 Williams Street / Gist Street
Street names in Columbia.
40-124 Confederate Printing Plant
From April 1864 to February 1865 Confederate bonds and currency were printed and processed in this building.
last visited: 7/31/2010
40-38 Congaree River Bridges
This river took its name from the Congaree Indians, a Siouan tribe which occupied the valley until the Yemassee War in 1715
date approved: 3/19/2010
40-37 Columbia Canal
Important link in the system of waterways transporting freight between the up country and Charleston.
last visited: 5/21/2010
40-149 Blossom Street School / Celia Dial Saxon School
First public school in Columbia.
date approved: 3/18/2010
last visited: 5/29/2010
40-34 St. Peter's Church and Ursuline Convent
Historic Columbia church.
last visited: 1/29/2013
40-12 Governor's Mansion
Since 1868 this building has been the Governor's Mansion.
40-13 Site of Palmetto Iron Works
Arms and munitions were manufactured here during the Confederate War.
17-2 James W. Dillon House Museum
Home of James W. Dillon, the father of Dillon County.
date approved: 3/15/2010
last visited: 8/17/2013
17-13 Main Street Methodist Church
Historic church in Downtown Dillon, SC.
17-12 Town of Dillon / Florence Railroad Company
History of the town of Dillon and significance of the Florence Railroad Company in it's history.
17-8 Dillon County / Dillon County Courthouse
Formation of Dillon County and Courthouse construction.
40-68 Elmwood Avenue
This street, originally named Upper Street, was the northernmost street in the original 1786 Columbia plan.
date approved: 3/9/2010
last visited: 7/30/2010
40-9 Ebenezer Lutheran Church
Historic church in Downtown Columbia, SC.
40-126 Mann-Simons Cottage
Historic home in Downtown Columbia.
Pee Dee Church, Marker Number 17-11
This marker is located in Dillon County.
posted by: NCDaywalker
date approved: 3/8/2010
last visited: 3/8/2010
A roadside historic marker in the town of Easley describing how Rockville became Pickensville.
posted by: Hawaiian Ninja
date approved: 1/16/2010
26-15 St. James Rosenwald School
Early 20th century African American school in rural SC.
date approved: 12/12/2009
21-27 Red Doe
History of plantation outside of Florence, SC.
date approved: 12/4/2009
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