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When this dam was built in 1898, the water it collects was known simply as Reservoir 2. The first reservoir, today called Mountain Lake, had been constructed eight years earlier, but the growing city demanded additional reliable and pure water, so…
In honor ofthose who served inGrenada, Lebanon, Panamaand the Persian Gulf.
Austin Plantation: Settled before the rev. war by Nathaniel Austin (c. 1720 - c. 1800) and his wife, Agnes Dickinson. Ten sons: Nathaniel, Jr., Walter, Thomas, John, Francis, Dickinson, William, Thompson, Samuel & Robert. One daughter: Mary. Natha…
An officer's sworn to protect and serve,Answering each call with unwavering nerve,Never knowing when life will throw out a curve.
A policeman's life was what I chose,To follow a noble, honorable code,And it cost me my life on this very road.
Beaver (Castor canadensis) inhabited the Conestee area long before the arrival of Europeans in the 18th century. Their numerous dams throughout the Park have inundated much of the former lake bed, creating wetlands which provide habitat for wildli…
At its largest, Lake Conestee's water surface covered about 130 acres - the area inside the colored boundaries shown on the four aerial photos. This original lake was created when the current dam at the mill was constructed about 1892. As the City…
Built in 1919 byWalter & Minnie QuinnGassawayNational Historic Register
1820The South preferred to send its raw cotton to New England for spinning and weaving when Vardry McBee and his Mill Right John Adams built this Dam at Conestee to power a paper wood and cotton mill.The mill supplied the news print for the papers…
Built 1869Laurel Creek ChurchRebuilt 1938
TrusteesG.C. FranklinJas A. TolbertJ.N. BrownR.C. MeansRev. N.E. Franklin-PCRev. D.S. Curry D.S.
Laurel Creek U. M. ChurchNew Addition 2005
TrusteesJohn B. Hallums, CH PersonThomas BurtsBanner Cop…