Historical Markers in
Greenwood County, South Carolina

96 Approach Trench Benjamin DeWitt Riegel Cedar Springs A.R.P. Church Cherokee Constance Pope Maxwell Covered Way Dr. Benjamin E. Mays Dr. Benjamin James Sanders, Jr. Early Life in the Backcountry Emerald Farm Environmental Change From Forest to Park First Blood Shed for Liberty First Parallel Francis Salvador Good Hope Baptist Church Gouedy Trail and Charleston Road Greenville Presbyterian Church Greenwood County Confederate Monument Greenwood SC Memorial Marker Historical Promised Land Community In God We Trust In Memoriam Island Ford Road James Birmingham John Henry Logan John Perkins Barratt John Waller Lake Greenwood Law and Order in the Carolina Backcountry Logan Log House Londonborough Settlement Long Cane Associated Reformed Presbyterian Church Long Canes Massacre Louis Booker Wright M-60 A3 Main Battle Tank Magnolia Cemetery Main Street Marion P. Carnell Bridge Marshal Ferdinand Foch Mathews Mill Veterans Monument Militiamen Monument to James Birmingham Moorefield Memorial Highway Mount Pisgah A.M.E. Church Municipal Fountain New Priorities of Protection Ninety Six Ninety Six Colored School Ninety Six in the American Revolution Ninety Six National Historic Site Ninety Six National Historic Site Ninety Six National Historic Site Old Cokesbury and Masonic Female College and Conference School Old Greenwood Cemetery Old Ninety Six Park’s / Greenwood County Patrick H. Bradley Patriot Soldier Payne Institute Preston Brooks Dinner Rock Presbyterian Church Second Approach Trench Second Parallel Sharpshooter Siege Trenches Siloam Baptist Church Spring Branch Tabernacle Cemetery Textile Workers Monument The American Revolution Comes to the South The Artillery The Attack The British Fortifications The Forlorn Hope The Lost Town of Cambridge The Mine The Patriot Force Arrives The Patriots Lay Siege to the Star Fort The Rifle Tower The Siege of Ninety Six The Star Fort The Stockade Fort The Well The William T. Jones, III Bridge To The People of Greenwood County Trader with Pack Horse Walking Tour of the Park Ware Shoals Veterans Memorial Welcome to the Lake Greenwood State Recreation Area Why Did the British Burn Ninety Six? Why Is It Called Ninety Six? Wm. Pierce Bennett Kinard Woman and Child World War Memorial "Light Horse Harry" Lee Takes the Stockade Fort