Historical Markers in
Cherokee County, South Carolina

19th Century Club World War Veterans Monument A Race for the Grasshopper After Victory Battle of Cowpens Monument Blacksburg VFW Post 4941 Veterans Monument Carnegie Library Cherokee County Confederate Monument Cherokee County Veterans Monument Cherokee County WW I Rememberence Col. James Williams Colonel Howard's Misunderstood Order Double Envelopment Dunton Chapel Methodist Church E.C. McArthur First Baptist Church Form the Line of Battle Frederick Hambright From Cow Pasture to Battlefield From Pasture to Park Gaffney Gaffney Gaffney Cornerstone Goucher Baptist Church Granard Graded and High School / Granard High School Hearth and Home In Honor of the Three Known African American Patriots In Memoriam January 17, 1781 Landscape Restoration Project Let 'em Get Within Killin' Distance Limestone Limestone College Limestone Springs Littlejohn Family Reunion Michael Gaffney Michael Gaffney Home Millwood Park Morgan's Flying Army Mulberry Chapel Methodist Church Nuckolls-Jefferies House October 6, 1780 Race to the Dan River Race to the Dan River Road to the Revolution Route of March Sharpshooters at the Skirmish Line Skirmishers Retreat, British Advance Spirit up the People Steen Family Cemetery Sword Clash on Green River Road The Battle of Cowpens The Battle of Cowpens: Prelude to Victory The British Army The Cavalry (Dragoons) at Cowpens The Continental Army at Cowpens The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail The Reverend Thomas Curtis, D.D. The Robert Scruggs House Towne Center U.S. Memorial Monument Washington Light Infantry Monument Welcome to Cowpens National Battlefield Welcome to Cowpens National Battlefield Whig Hill William Anderson "...A Most Dreary Appearance" "Huzzah for Liberty!"