ⓘ Norway, South Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Norway, South Carolina

Norway was laid out in 1891 when the railroad was extended to that point. A post office has been in operation at Norway since 1892. The town was so named in order to fit with the railroads "Scandinavian" naming scheme, other such examples include Sweden, South Carolina and Denmark, South Carolina.

July 4, 1903, the majority African-American population rose in protest, in response to the lynching of July 1, a resident of Charles Evans, who was suspected in the murder of a disabled veteran of the Confederate John T. Phillips. Along with the lynching Evans, two other black residents of Norway was beaten by a white mob, one later died from his injuries. According to media reports at the time, the Phillips murder was committed in retaliation for son Phillips beating black workers. About 200 armed black residents took the city before the police was called by the Governor Duncan clinch Heyward to restore white control. At that time, only 50 of Norways 200 residents were white.

                                     
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