Historical Markers in Abbeville County, South Carolina
Abbeville County Abbeville County Confederate Monument Abbeville County Courthouse (1908) Abbeville County Veterans Memorial Abbeville Opera House (1908) Abbeville Square Abbeville's Confederate Colonels Action at Pratt's Mill Angela Marlow Newton Bartlett Tucker Family Cemetery Belmont Inn (1903) Birthplace of Calhoun Boonesborough Township (1763) Bowie Bowie Family Memorial Broadmouth Baptist Church Bryson College Memorial Burt-Stark House / Jefferson Daviss Flight Calhoun Falls World War I and II Veterans Monument Camp-Walker Plaza Clarence E. Pressley Colonial Block House/Fort Pickens Conservation Cabin Constitution Tree Due West Erskine College First Burial in Long Cane Cemetery First Secession Meeting Boulder First Secession Meeting Columns Forest Lawn Memory Gardens Veterans Monument Fort Pickens Harbison College President's Home Harpers Ferry Drowning Henry McNeal Turner Humane Society Alliance Fountain (1912) John Callaham - Zachariah Carwile Memorial Lebanon Presbyterian Church Long Cane Cemetery Lowndesville Lowndesville Veterans Monument Maj. Thomas D. Howie Major Thomas Dry Howie Marie Cromer Seigler Marilyn Anne McKinney McGowan-Barksdale-Bundy House Millwood Old Bank Building (ca. 1865) Olin D. Johnston Memorial Boulevard Operation Desert Shield / Storm Monument Parsons Mountain Parsons Mountain World War II Memorial Patrick Calhoun Burial Grounds Quay-Wardlaw House Rev. J.I. Bonner Monument Richard B. Russell Dam Secession Hill Southside Baptist Church Templeton-Drake Cabin ca. 1764 The Bundy-Barksdale-McGowan House The Donalds Grange No. 497 The Last Meeting of the Confederate States Cabinet The Law Offices of John C. Calhoun The Lynching of Anthony Crawford / Racial Violence in South Carolina The Old Livery Stable This Water Fountain Thomas Chiles Perrin House Treaty of DeWitt's Corner Trinity Episcopal Church W.D. Nixon Bridge Welcome to Calhoun Falls State Recreation Area William Bartram Trail William Moffatt Grier "Big Bob"