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The Hotel Chiquola was built in 1888 at a cost of $75,000. It became the Plaza Hotel in 1924 and then was converted into apartments in 1977

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The Faires-Coltharp Cabin was originally built by Jesse Faires in about 1814. Jesse’s parents, Alexander and Jennet Faires, traveled here on horseback on the Great Philadelphia Wagon Road or Nation Ford Road from Pennsylvania in 1776.⁠ Photo by: @photographybycarena

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The Lyric Theatre was open in 1920 by Dr. James Ladd, a local pharmacist. The theatre has changed names through the years, Cheraw Theatre, Cheraw Cinema and then it was restored as the Theatre On The Green

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God’s Acre Healing Springs outside of Blackville dates to Native American lore. In 1781, 4 wounded Tories were badly injured with death eminent, were discovered by local natives and brought to their sacred water. The acre of land was sold by natives and after changing hands several times, is now deeded to God for all to enjoy

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The Wingard Store in Lone Star was built after 1895. It was a general store that once served the now ghost town

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The Asbury United Methodist Church (as listed on the sign) was built in 1898 as the Clio Presbyterian Church

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Lake Crawford was built by the CCC in the 1930s. It’s one of 2 lakes at Kings Mountain State Park

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The South Carolina Railroad Depot was built in 1850. The building partially burned in 1865 and was reconstructed

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The White Home in Rock Hill was built in 1839 and is one of the original homes in Rock Hill. 5 Generations of the White family lived here until 2005

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The Star of Edgefield was built ca. 1859 by Robert Butler. Mattie Butler Mealing, inherited it from her father, Robert, and sold approximately 5,600 acres of land surrounding it to the North Augusta Land Company in 1890. The current owner, Claudia Hillis, is the great-great-granddaughter of Robert