City Directories and History: Under the MORE INFORMATION / ENHANCED MAPS link, see the enhanced SCDOT maps; 1939 and 1961 of York County. These maps show the county with significant historical details such as stores, churches, crossroads, mills, and schools in the rural communities.
Individual sections of the 1939 SCDOT road map are also available below. York County is divided into (28) sections beginning with the northwest corner #1, and ending with the southeastern corner #28.
Due to the sheer size of these PDF maps, it is best to view them on a computer. It will take a minute or more to load each – use the map features plus button, found at the bottom right corner of the maps page, to enlarge the map.
Click on the map number to view:
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Please enjoy this structure and all those listed in Roots and Recall. But remember each is private property. So view them from a distance or from a public area such as the sidewalk or public road.
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