Map showing the areas covered by the Upcountry Land Grant Project. This collection was originally created by the Union County Historical Foundation / Union Co Museum in 1976. Researchers are indebted to Dan E. Collins of Whitmire, S.C. for his extensive knowledge and help in this project. Others who played vital roles are: Robert Mm Duncan and Col. Wm. J. Whitener.
Macedonia – African American School
Union County’s Postal Map – South
An early view of the Town of Lockhart, S.C.
The Rock Hill Herald reported on Dec. 16, 1896 – “That S.B. Lumpkin of the Broad River Navigation Company informed us that the new steamer, to ply between Cherokee Falls and Lockhart Shoals has been completed and will be on the river soon.”
Courtesy of the SC Dept. of Archives and History – 1984
Image of the Pinckneyville Jail building – date unknown. Courtesy of the Union County Historical Museum
This home is not Wyoming but the home of Nathaniel Gist, Jr. and his brother Joseph F. Gist. It is an excellent example of the type home large planters were constructing the the region. – Thanks to R&R contributors for their invaluable assistance in gathering data on this and other houses.
This building was constructed to the west of the Opera House #127 East Main Street.
Map of Union County, S.C. – 1852 showing the route from Pinckneyville Ferry to Union, S.C.