Hidden History of Greenville County

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-09-23
  • Publisher: History Pr
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Historically, Greenville County owes much to its natural advantages of scenery, location and abundant water, but it has also benefited from its colorful characters, such as Richard Pearis, Vardry McBee, Richard Furman and the Earle family. "Hidden History of Greenville County" details the personalities, places and events that have given Greenville its progressive, diverse environment. Join archivist and history professor Alexia Helsley as she explores some of these individuals and their contributions, as well as little-known events in the area and the ever-fascinating 'Dark Corner.' From mansions to murders, learn things about Greenville County history that you've never encountered before.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgementsp. 9
Introduction A Gem in the Land of the Skyp. 11
The Law on the Reedyp. 21
The Battle of Great Cane Brakep. 31
Town for Salep. 41
Of Mansions and Boardinghousesp. 51
Murder, All in the Familyp. 65
"Capital" Greenvillep. 77
"Over There, Over Here"p. 85
The Fabled Dark Cornerp. 99
Epilogue. Progressive Greenvillep. 113
Additional Readingp. 117
Indexp. 121
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