There are 53 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 7,1821¬≠March 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        

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 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 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 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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