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SC People

(1931-1988) Born in Lugoff, SC, Brook Benton was a popular soul singer of the 1960s, with his signature song, "Rainy Night in Georgia." He also popularized a traditional blues song titled “The Boll Weevil Song” ab

(1818-1902) Born in Charleston, SC, Wade Hampton III was a Confederate general, governor, United States Senator.

(1954- ) Born in Columbia, SC, Alex English was a basketball player at USC and the Denver Nuggets and member of the Basketball Hall of Fame.

South Carolina Counties

Cherokee County

Cherokee County was named for the Cherokee Indians who once made it their home. It was formed in 1897 from parts of Spartanburg, Union, and York counties, and the county seat is Gaffney. During the Revolutionary War the battle of Cowpens, an important victory for the revolutionary forces, took place there on January 17, 1781. Iron mining was an important activity in this region up to the time of the Civil War, and it is sometimes called the Old Iron District. In the mid-nineteenth century, the resort at Limestone Springs was a popular retreat for lowcountry planters. Writer Wilbur Joseph Cash (1901-1941) was a native of Cherokee County, as is actress Andie MacDowell.

Winnie Davis Hall in Gaffney, SC (2017, March 30). Wikimedia Commons. Retrieved 13:02, July 24, 2017

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(noun) - a wall of stone or earth used to hold back water and prevent flooding

Elementary School

Dizzy Gillespie playing the trumpet

South Carolina is home to a wide variety of musical styles and traditions.

Middle School

James Brown singing

South Carolina is home to a wide variety of musical styles and traditions.

High School

Yonder Field

South Carolina is home to a wide variety of musical styles and traditions.