Hampton County SC Historical Schools

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name USGS Topo Map
Airsdale School Gifford
Antioch School Hampton
Antioch School Cummings
Bonnett Pond School Grays
Brighton School Shirley
Brighton School Shirley
Camp Branch School Hampton
Cedar Grove School Crocketville
Cleland School Crocketville
Coosawhatchie School Gifford
Crapsedale School Furman
Cypressvale School Shirley
Garnett School Pineland
Gifford School Gifford
Goodwill School Solomons Crossroads
Grant School Shirley
Hopewell School Shirley
Horse Pond School Furman
Horsegall School Grays
Jerusalem School Cummings
Kress School McPhersonville
Lawtor Bay School Grays
Long Branch School Pineland
Luray School Gifford
Macedonia School Fairfax
McPhersonville School McPhersonville
New Hope School Crocketville
Pallachucola School Brighton
Penn Branch School Fairfax
Platts School Crocketville
Prince WIlliam School Fairfax
Rocky Branch School Cummings
Russel School Furman
Saint John School Islandton
Saint Johns School Cummings
Sand Hill School Shirley
Sandy Drain School Furman
Scotia School Furman
Shirley School Shirley
Sinai School Hampton
Solomons Cross Roads School Solomons Crossroads
Sweet Branch School Shirley
Thompson School Solomons Crossroads
Tram Road School Cummings
Yemassee School Yemassee
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