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historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM11P4_thirteen-original-colonies-bicentennial-covered-wagon-train_Chester-SC.html
Front The state of Pennsylvania authorized the "Thirteen Original Colonies Bicentennial Covered Wagon Train" as an official Bicentennial project. It was one of five such trains that traveled across the country to reach Valley Forge, Pennsylvani…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM99O_brainerd-institute_Chester-SC.html
This institute grew out of an 1866 school for freedmen; it became Brainerd Institute in 1868 when the Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church in New York appointed Rev. Samuel Loomis to help establish churches and schools among the blacks nea…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM99N_world-war-soldiers_Chester-SC.html
DedicatedNovember 11, 1932to the memory of the boys who entered the service of their countryfrom Chester County and who gave their livesin the World WarNames on marker front:Robert L. AtkinsonWalter CampbellKing CastleWilliam F. CauthenLeander T. …
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM99K_chester-county-courthouse_Chester-SC.html
This courthouse, built in 1852, was designed by Edward Brickell White (1802-1888) of Charleston, whose work was greatly influenced by Robert Mills. Additions by Alfred D. Gilchrist of Rock Hill in 1896 and 1928 included three-story rear wings and…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM99H_aaron-burr-rock_Chester-SC.html
In 1806Aaron Burr while passingthrough Chester a prisonerdismounted on this rock and appealed in vain to the citizens for help.
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM99E_chester-confederate-monument_Chester-SC.html
[South Side]This monument guards the memoryof the men of Chester Districtwho obeying the call of their statedied for the Confederate cause.1861-1865Time may crumble this marble into dustbut time can not dim their glory.Their patriotism, their valo…
historicalmarkerproject/markers/HM99D_monument-square_Chester-SC.html
Historic downtown Chester, established as the county seat in 1971, features the Confederate Monument, Cistern, Civil War Cannon, and Aaron Burr Rock landmarks. This area, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, still serves as a hub of…
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