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History and Heritage in Dentsville, SC

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Wilson House

Columbia, SC

In this house, Wilson's father, Dr. Joseph Ruggles Wilson, and his mother, Jeannie Woodrow Wilson, raised... americanheritage.com

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(Front text) This cottage, built before 1850, with alterations and additions throughout the nineteenth and twentieth ... hmdb.org

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Built about 1818 by Ainsley Hall. Purchased 1823 by Wade Hampton, I. Inherited by his daughter, Mrs. John S. Preston,... hmdb.org

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This lush and well-manicured tract in the heart of Columbia contains the Governor's Mansion (circa 1855), the Caldw... 10best.com

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( West Face) To South Carolina's Dead Of The Confederate Army 1861 1865 ( North face) This monument perpetuates the m... hmdb.org

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In 1786 the State of South Carolina purchased for a part of the site of Columbia, the plantation of Col. Thomas Taylo... hmdb.org

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(Upper Medallion) American Revolution Bicentennial * Richland County Committee * Landmark 78 (Lower Medallion) Nation... hmdb.org

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This street is named for George Washington, commander of the Continental Army throughout the Revolution, first Presid... hmdb.org

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This was the first separate college library building erected in the United States.The architect of the exterior is no... hmdb.org

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First Lutheran congregation in Columbia. Church dedicated in this square in 1830 was burned by Union troops in 1865. ... hmdb.org

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Congregation originated in the Sabbath School for colored people organized by the First Presbyterian Church 1838, lat... hmdb.org

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One of only five National Historic Landmarks within Columbia, the capital of South Carolina, the Robert M... americanheritage.com

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Men who served in the Confederate States Army from the congregation of The First Presbyterian Church Columbia, South ... hmdb.org

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Parish organized 1812. Original Church dedicated 1814; Present church 1846. In the churchyard lie buried three Wade H... hmdb.org

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McCutchen House

Forest Acres, SC

McCutchen House, named for Prefessor George McCutchen, was the second faculty residence built on the South Carolina C... hmdb.org

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102nd Cavalry

Columbia, SC

Formed 1890 as the Essex Troop of Lt. Cavalry; mustered into the N.J. National Guard in 1893. After World War I servi... hmdb.org

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Near this site on 15 March 1943 the 106th Infantry Division was officially activated and became known as the "Golden ... hmdb.org

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30th Inf Division

Columbia, SC

(Front text) After a brilliant combat record in World War I and 14 years of dedicated National Guard service, the "Ol... hmdb.org

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31st Inf Division

Columbia, SC

"It shall be done" The "Dixie" Division, created in 1917, spent most of World War II as a training division, with som... hmdb.org

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77th Inf Division

Columbia, SC

The "Statue of Liberty Division" was reviewed by England's Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt afte... hmdb.org

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