Williamsburg 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
Aimwell School Trio
Allen Chapel School Kingstree
Bennett School Salters
Bethesda School Lake City East
Beulah School Kingstree
Beulah School Fowler
Broad Swamp School Kingstree
Cades School Lake City West
Cane Branch School Kingstree
Carris School Salters
Cedar Swamp School Fowler
Chavis School Henry
Earle School Trio
Earle School Trio
Great Pleasant School Kellehan Crossroads
Hebron School Hebron Crossroads
Heineman School Greeleyville
Hickory Hill School Fowler
Hunter School Butlers Bay
Hunter School Butlers Bay
Indiantown School Indiantown
Inglenook School Fowler
Johnson Swamp School Andrews
Leneuds School Jamestown
Longwood School Johnsonville
Mary School Workman
Mount Arat School Rhems
Mount Vernon School Workman
Never Fail School Kellehan Crossroads
Oak Ridge School Trio
Pine Grove School Jamestown
Pine Grove School Lake City East
Retreat School Workman
Roper School Lake City East
Rough Branch School Lake City East
Saint James School Workman
Saint John School Hebron Crossroads
Saint Johns School Butlers Bay
Saint Marks School Kellehan Crossroads
Saint Marys School Salters
Saint Matthews School Johnsonville
Saint Pauls School Kingstree
Sandy Grove School Hebron Crossroads
Singleton School Lake City East
Spring Branch School Fowler
Sutton School Blakely
Thomas School Kingstree
Thompson School Indiantown
Ward School Salters
Warsaw School Warsaw
Wee Tee School Blakely
Whiteoak School Kingstree
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