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Both sides of the swamp : Hampton County.

Author: Hampton County Historical Society (Hampton County, S.C.); Hampton County Tricentennial Commission (Hampton County, S.C.)
Publisher: Hampton, S.C. : Hampton County Historical Society, [1997], ©1970.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [New ed.]
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hampton County Historical Society (Hampton County, S.C.); Hampton County Tricentennial Commission (Hampton County, S.C.)
OCLC Number: 38226694
Notes: Originally issued by Hampton County Tricentennial Commission (1970).
Revised edition includes corrections, endnotes and updated lists of county officials.
Description: xiv, 191 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Hampton County --
Hampton's red shirts --
I. WE LIKE TO LIVE IN GROUPS. Hampton --
Historical sketch of the town of Varnville --
The village of Cummings --
History of Early Branch --
McPhersonville --
Historical facts of Yemassee --
Miley --
Crocketville --
Brunson --
Hickory Grove Community --
Luray --
Gifford --
Seminole --
Beaufort District, St. Peter's Parish --
Peeplesville --
Lawtonville --
Estill --
Town of Scotia --
Garnett --
Brighton --
Little Black Swamp Methodist Church --
Bostick Cemetery --
Lena --
Nixville --
Hopewell Community --
Stafford Cross Road --
Furman --
Steep Bottom --
II. RELIGION IS OUR WAY OF LIFE. Religion is our way of life --
Southern Baptists in Hampton County --
National Baptists --
Primitive Baptists --
Harmony Presbyterian Church, Crocketville --
History of Estill Presbyterian Church --
History of Hampton Presbyterian Church --
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) --
History of the Luray Christian Church --
Hampton First Christian Church --
Methodism in Hampton County --
Negro Methodist Churches in Hampton County --
Heavenly Rest Episcopal Church --
All Saints Episcopal Church --
History of the Catholic Church in Hampton County --
Church of the Nazarene --
The United Pentecostal Church --
III> RECREATION MEANS REBIRTH. Hampton County County Club --
Lake George Warren --
Baseball: footprints on the sandlots of the 20s --
Other recreational activities: we play --
Hampton County's Watermelon Festival --
IV. EDUCATION IS OUR KEY TO SUCCESS. Education is our key to success --
North District No. 1 --
Gifforod-Luray Elementary School --
South District No. 2 --
Schools, South School District 1947-48 and 1969-70 --
Schools, South District No. 2 --
Patrick Henry Academy --
Hampton County Library --
Allendale-Hampton-Jasper Regional Library --
The Estill Library --
V. ADDITIONS SPELL PROGRESS AND A SOUND ECONOMY. Beaufort Wood Products Co., Inc. --
Reichhold Chemicals, Inc. --
Westinghouse --
VI. OF THESE WE ARE PROUD. George Rhodes --
James W. Moore --
Miss Lucile (Ludy) Godbold --
H.L. Solomons --
Charles Andrew Harper, Sr. --
John Lawton --
Colonel James Thompson --
Charles Jones Colcock Huston --
John Timothy Morrison --
Photograph of Miles B. McSweeney --
VII. RESPECT IS THEIR DUE. Hon. William Luther Rhodes, jr. --
Solicitor of Fourteenth Circuit --
Hampton County Senators --
Members of the House of Representatives, Hampton County --
Superintendents of Education --
Sheriffs --
Clerks of Court --
Judges of probate --
Treasurers --
Auditors --
Supervisors --
Coroners --
Veterans Affairs Officers --
Letter from the "Secretary of State" --
Hampton Baptist Church, 1878 & 1954.

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