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Larry Francis Lebby was an artist best known for his portraits of former United States president Jimmy Carter, Dr. Benjamin Mays, and Modjeska Simpkins.
John Belton O'Neall was a judge who served on the precursor to the South Carolina Supreme Court. He is known for writing a digest of "The Negro Law of South Carolina."
Blues and Gospel singer
Blue Sky is a contemporary painter and sculptor known for his large murals and public sculptures.
Laurens County and its county seat, Laurens, were named for Revolutionary War leader Henry Laurens (1724-1792).
Colleton County was named for one of the Lords Proprietors, Sir John Colleton (1608-1666).
Anderson County and its county seat, Anderson, were named for Revolutionary War general Robert Anderson (1741-1812).
The origin of Fairfield's name is not known, but local legend attributes it to a remark by Lord Cornwallis about the "fair fields" of the area. The county was formed in 1785 as a part of the Camden District.
Barbecue was designated as the official State Picnic Cuisine by Act Number 231 of 2014. Each region of South Carolina has a unique way of preparing and cooking barbecue that can be explored through South Carolina's "BBQ Trail."
(noun) - a construction of wet clay or sand spread over a weave of branches and twigs to form a wall, barrier, fence, or roof