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Marker is in Calhoun Falls, South Carolina, in Abbeville County. Marker is on Calhoun Falls Highway (State Highway 72), on the right when traveling west. Marker is directly across Highway 72 from the Olin D. Johnston marker. The Millwood Marker is about 35 feet off the road in a grove of trees
posted by: mr.volkswagen
location: South Carolina
date approved: 9/8/2010
last visited: never
1700s State House - Columbia, SC
This stone marks the spot of the previous capitol building used in the late 1700s until Sherman burned it.
posted by: ChapterhouseInc
date approved: 9/3/2010
last visited: 1/29/2013
New Hope Baptist Church
This marker is located near the intersection of Highway 56 and Burnt Factory Road. The marker was recently installed in 2010.
posted by: Hawaiian Ninja
date approved: 9/1/2010
Early Iron Works
This interesting marker is located along a busy road. There is a small pull-off area right beside the marker but be careful because the marker is located at a 3-way intersection.
last visited: 2/20/2014
Shiloh Methodist Church
This marker is located next to the historic Shiloh Methodist Church. You have to turn off the main road onto the road that leads to the church and cemetery.
date approved: 8/31/2010
last visited: 5/5/2014
The Post at the Congaree - Cayce, SC
Located at the home of the local historical society, it describes the British use of the location in the 1780s.
date approved: 8/25/2010
last visited: 6/24/2010
A neighborhood on the north side of Columbia was converted to residences.
date approved: 8/13/2010
last visited: 7/30/2010
William Tennent (43-19)
A local preacher was a patriot during the Revolution.
last visited: 2/15/2015
Site of Manchester (43-1)
Located at the site of a former township.
last visited: 1/12/2013
South Carolina Memorial Garden (40-165)
Located ner the Governor's Mansion, it is unclear when the public is allowed in.
Entrance to Cemetery of the Columbia Hebrew Benevolent Society (40-26)
One of many historic cemeteries found in the capitol city.
last visited: 7/31/2010
Cemetery of the Columbia Hebrew Benevolent Society (40-11)
One of many historic cemeteries in town, this one has two markers.
Richland Street (40-74)
One of many historic streets around town with markers describing them.
Laurel Street (40-73)
One of many historic streets in the capitol city.
Randolph Cemetery (40-133)
One of several historic cemeteries on this street.
Modjeska Simkins House (40-148)
One of several historic homes on the north side of Columbia.
State Dispensary Warehouse (40-131)
One of several post civil War State buildings in Columbia.
Matthew J Perry House (40-141)
Located on the north side of town.
Horrell Hill (40-29)
The site of a historic courthouse was near here.
date approved: 8/12/2010
last visited: 8/1/2010
Jefferson Hotel (40-130)
An old hotel in the heart of downtown Columbia.
South Carolina State Hospital (I-2)
Located at the entryway to the old state hospital grounds.
Old State Fair Grounds (40-10)
This site was the location of the State Fair for many years.
The Lighthouse & Informer/John H McCray (40-144)
Located on the east side of the downtown area.
Visnska-Starks House (40-134)
Located on the northwest side of town.
Remembering Dr. King
A historic marker commemorated Dr King in an area that is named for him.
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