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Johann de Kalb b. 1721 in Holy Roman Empire (now Germany). DeKalb served in the War of the Austrian Succession and the Seven Years’ War before serving as with the French in the American Revolutionary War 1777-1780. He was at Valley Forge before the Battle of Camden. He was so highly regarded that even Cornwallis was saddened to see him so badly wounded

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The American Bank Building is a 1920 Neo-Classical Revival style. The American Bank and Trust was chartered in 1890 and started in a former 1877 drug store at the corner of Augusta and Pendleton (now Main) St. This building was built in 1920 on the spot of the former building. It was the third bank established in Greenville

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While a wildlife management area, Draper features trails through wooded and open fields for exploring

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Established in 1851, the first Liberty Hill Presbyterian Church was built in 1852. They tore down its first church and replaced it with this one in 1880, salvaging materials from the original church (the church bell that peals from the open belfry

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This paw print 🐾 leads you directly into the field at Death Valley

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The Atalata Castle at Huntington Beach State Park. This was a winter home for Archer Milton Huntington and Anna Hyatt Huntington

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Glencairn Garden’s beautifully landscaped lawns and walkways have made it a popular attraction among residents and visitors to Rock Hill for many years. What started as the backyard garden of David & Hazel Bigger in 1928 is now an 11 acre paradise located in the heart of Rock Hill

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The Nature Trail is 0.6 miles in length along the shores of the Catawba River Length: 0.6 miles Type: Hiking Trail Difficulty: Easy

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Located next to Oconee Station State Historic Site. This trail is half a mile long, has a lot of elevation change, and has a waterfall at the bottom

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Trails week…. Next to the Stumphouse tunnel is the Isaqueena Falls, a 100 ft high cascade waterfall. The falls are named after a Cherokee girl who allegedly leaped from the top of the falls with her lover, an Oconee brave, in an attempt to hide him from the rest of her tribe, which was at war with the Oconee. Issaqueena allegedly then hid him in the recessed area just below the top of the falls