McCormick 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
Bailey Bethel School Limestone
Bethany School Winterseat
Bethany School Clarks Hill
Blue Branch School Winterseat
Bold Branch School Calhoun Creek
Bordeaux School Willington
Boyds Chapel School Calhoun Falls
Branch School Plum Branch
Buffalo School McCormick
Cedar Springs School Parksville
Chapel School Verdery
Chesnut Ridge School McCormick
Geyer Springs School Plum Branch
Gibert Rosenwald School Willington
Green Olive School Chennault
Green Olive School Willington
Hibler School Winterseat
Holy Springs School McCormick
Hopewell Rosenwald School Martinez
Hosannah School Clarks Hill
Laurel Grove School Clarks Hill
Little Mill School Willington
Lyon School Winterseat
Marthas Chapel School Lincolnton
Mount Lebanon School Parksville
Mount Moriah School Parksville
Mount Moriah School McCormick
Mount Pleasant School Chennault
Mount Zion School Willington
Mulberry School Calhoun Creek
Pine Grove School Plum Branch
Piney Grove School Winterseat
Ritchentown School Parksville
Robinson School Winterseat
Rock Grove School Parksville
Rock Hill School McCormick
Saint Charlotte School Willington
Sand Hill School Winterseat
Searles School Plum Branch
Springfield School Plum Branch
Whitetown School Parksville
Wideman School McCormick
Wideman School McCormick
Willington School Willington
Youngs School McCormick
Zion Chapel School Winterseat
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