“The local post Civil War building boom was heavily influenced by investments in mercantile, ginning and textile companies.”
S.C.’s counties abound with historic treasures and abandoned places worthy of discovery. Roots and Recall is delighted to preserve their history; delivering them on some 32,000 pages. We have selected a number of local mills for viewers to peruse. Some remain intact, others long ago disappeared. Remember just click on the highlighted name!
- Rock Hill Cotton Factory
- Neistler’s Cotton Gin
- Red River Mill
- Victoria Cotton Mill
- Manchester Cotton Mill
- Yorkville Cotton Factory
- Deas Mill
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