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The Piedmont Historical Society - Local History Records

The society provides transcriptions of a number of South Carolina records. These can be reached by clicking the following tabs:

The links below will bring up an Adobe PDF or HTML file of the record.
The PDF files will allow you to use the "find" function to search the file as well as print it easily.
The HTML files provide universal access.

  • Image of Stone marked in 1567, Found in Spartanburg County, SC, Its Description, And Interpretation PDF File  HTML File
  • "The Ironworks on Lawson's Fork" by Jim S. Smith with appendices and endnotes  PDF File  HTML File
  • Article from the March 22, 1936 issue of Greenville News: Old Hammett Place  PDF File   HTML File
  • Grave of James Seay, Revolutionary Soldier is Marked By D.A.R.  PDF File   HTML File
  • W.Y. Dillard, Sr., the last of Union County's Confederate veterans dies.  PDF File    HTML File
  • Testimony of William G. Bryant and Reuben Bryant Taken by U.S. Congress Joint Select Committee to Inquire Into the Condition of Affairs in the Late Insurrectionary States - South Carolina  PDF File    HTML File
  • The Autobiography of William T. Harvey. PDF File HTML File
  • Three Greenville County articles that missed the November 2011 Quarterly PDF File
  • The Bechtler Coins and the Rutherford County, NC Gold Rush. PDF File
  • An issue of a Spartanburg Newspaper Uncovered in 1940 PDF File
  • L.E.Pettit Celebrates 81st Birthday in 1940 PDF File
  • Early SC Marriage and Other From the Leonardo Andrea Files  PDF File


 

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The Piedmont Historical  Society
P.O. Box 127
Campobello, South Carolina 29322

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