September 2015

The Ninety Six National Historic Site is the home of the first Southern land battle of the Revolutionary War in 1775. The original earthen Star Fort constructed in 1781 by British Loyalists was the site of a bloody 28-day battle,...

Just north of Augusta, GA, on the South Carolina border, is beautiful Lake Strom Thurmond. This 71,000 acre lake, renamed in 1988 to honor Senator Strom Thurmond, was once known as Clarks Hill Lake. The lake was formed...

Visit South Carolina’s Old 96 District and you will feel as though you have stepped back in time. Eight Bed & Breakfast establishments offer charm and comfort along with Southern hospitality! Grand Southern antebellum homes, quaint downtowns with renovated buildings...

Equal Rights: two men + two visions = Freedom for All The Story of Dr. Benjamin Mays & Dr. Martin Luther King Benjamin Elijah Mays was born the youngest of eight children in the community of Epworth in Greenwood County, South Carolina on August 1, 1894....