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The successful construction of the Catawba River railroad trestle in ca. 1852, was a major step in passenger and freight movement across upcountry S.C., linking Charlotte, N.C. to Augusta, S.C. The burning of the trestle, just days before Davis's arrival, was a significant hurtile to his swift flight across the state.

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