Greenwood County (24)

Historic Markers Across South Carolina

 

Greenwood County was created on 1897.

The county seat is in Greenwood, SC.,
and the county is 463 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Greenwood county home page.

  FIPS Code: 12047

  Information about Greenwood County, South Carolina, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Greenwood County.

 

There are 57 Historic Markers in Greenwood County.

"Light Horse Harry" Lee Takes the Stockade Fort June 12, 1781   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

96   -   NPS 
  on a walking trail at a rest area outside the Visitor Center. 1103 Hwy 248 South, Ninety Six, SC        

Approach Trench June 2, 1781   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Cedar Springs A.R.P. Church   -   SCHM 24-18
  on Cedar Springs Road, Bradley, SC        

Constance Pope Maxwel 1875-1883   -    
  810 Maxwell Avenue, Greenwood, SC        

Covered Way 1761   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Dr. Benjamin E. Mays   -   SCHM 24-13
  on left of US 178 about 1/10 mi. NW of Mays Crossroads        

Dr. Benjamin James Sanders, Jr. 1899-1990   -    
  the intersection of North Hospital St and East Cambridge Ave, Greenwood, SC        

Dr. Wesley C. Norwood   -   SCHM 24-12
  about 0.6 mile NW of Cokesbury on US 25        

Early Life in the Backcountry / Gouedy's Trading Post and Fort Ninety Six   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Francis Salvador (1747-1776)   -   SCHM 24-11
  3.6 miles N of Greenwood on SC 221        

Good Hope Baptist Church   -   SCHM 24-17
  6516 Highway 25N, Hodges SC        

Gouedy Trail and Charleston Road   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Island Ford Road   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

John Henry Logan (December 7,1821­March 29, 1885   -   SCHM 24-6
  E of Greenwood on Road 236, .7 mile E of us 25 by-pass        

John Perkins Barratt (May 11, 1795-September 29,1859)   -   SCHM 24-7
  S of Greenwood on SC 67, 1.1 miles S of US 25        

John Waller (1741-1802)   -   SCHM 24-10
  S of Greenwood on Road 131,3.1 miles E of us 25        

Law and Order in the Carolina Backcountry   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Logan Log House   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Londonborough Settlement   -   SCHM 24-8
  S of Bradley on W side of Road 48, 4.1 miles S of US 221        

Long Cane Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church   -   SCHM 24-2
  SC 10, Troy, SC        

Long Canes Massacre   -   SCHM 24-1
  SC 10, Troy, SC        

Louis Booker Wright   -    24-14
  on Nixon Cir (SR 225) at Maxwell Ave (SR 10), Greenwood, SC        

Marshal Ferdinand Foch   -    
  at the intersection of Main Street and Riley Avenue, Greenwood, SC        

Marshal Ferdinand Foch   -    
  at the intersection of Main St and Riley Ave, Greenwood, SC        

Monument to James Birmingham   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Ninety Six - 1775   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Ninety Six in the American Revolution   -    
  at the start of a walking trail at a rest area outside the Visitor Center. 1103 Hwy 248 South, Ninety Six, SC        

Ninety Six National Historic Site   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Old Ninety Six   -   SCHM 24-3
  at the visitor's center in the town of Ninety Six, SC        

Patrick H. Bradley (1813-1887)   -   SCHM 24-9
  N of US 221 at intersection with Road 48, Bradley        

Preston Brooks Dinner   -   SCHM 24-4
  SC 34, Ninety Six, SC        

Rock Presbyterian Church   -    24-16
  on US 221 at Rock Church Rd., Raintree, SC        

Second Approach Trench   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Second Parallel   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Siege Trenches   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Siloam Baptist Church   -   SCHM 24-15
  2409 Siloam Church Rd. (S.C. Sec. Rd. 24-29), Ninety Six, SC        

Southern Railway Depot   -   SCHM 24-18
  on Main St near Cambridge St, Ninety Six, SC        

Spring Branch   -   NPS 
  on a walking trail at a rest area outside the Visitor Center. 1103 Hwy 248 South, Ninety Six, SC        

Tabernacle Cemetery   -   SCHM 24-5
  SC 254 between Greenwood and Cokesbury        

The American Revolution Comes to the South   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The Artillery   -   NPS 
  on a walking trail at a rest area outside the Visitor Center. 1103 Hwy 248 South, Ninety Six, SC        

The Attack   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The British Fortifications   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The First Parallel   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The Forlorn Hope   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The Lost Town of Cambridge   -   NPS 
  at the intersection of South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248) and County Route 225, Ninety Six, SC        

The Mine   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The Patriot Force Arrives   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The Rifle Tower   -   NPS 
  at the intersection of South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248) and County Route 225, Ninety Six, SC        

The Siege of Ninety Six   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The Star Fort   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

The Stockade Fort   -   NPS 
  on a walking trail at a rest area outside the Visitor Center. 1103 Hwy 248 South, Ninety Six, SC        

The William T. Jones, III Bridge   -    
  on U.S. 25, at the north end of the bridge, Ware Shoals, SC        

Walking Tour of the Park   -    
  at the start of a walking trail at a rest area outside the Visitor Center. 1103 Hwy 248 South, Ninety Six, SC        

Why Did the British Burn Ninety Six?   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

Why is it Called Ninety Six?   -   NPS 
  At the Ninety Six National Historic Site on South Cambridge Street (State Highway 248), Ninety Six, SC        

 

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R  - The marker has been removed.