Historical Marker Search

You searched for City|State: pacolet, sc

Showing results 1 to 4 of 4
Site ofLittlejohn Family ReunionSince 1939 Placed here by their descendants,this plaque honors those 18thcentury pioneer immigrants whowere among the first to settlein this section of South Carolina,namely, Thicketty Creek, in 1774.
[Front]:This African American church, the first in what is now Cherokee County, was most likely built between 1880 and 1890. It served the Whig Hill, Asbury, and Thickety communities of what was Union County before Cherokee County was created in 1…
[Front]:This house was built in 1843 for William Thompson Nuckolls (1801-1855) and later owned for many years by John D. Jefferies (1838-1910). Built in the Greek Revival style of the antebellum period and altered in the Neo-Classical style of the…
In 1915, owners of the Pacolet ManufacturingCompany constructed this school forAfrican American children whose parentsworked for the textile industry.It is the only surviving site of an irreplaceableSouth Carolina history.The school received natio…