ⓘ Pacolet, South Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Pacolet, South Carolina

Pacolet had its start in 1859 when the railroad was extended to that point. The name Pacolet may be derived from the Cherokee word meaning "horse", or it may be named after one Mr. Pacoley, a pioneer French settler.

Marysville schools, mulberry chapel Methodist Church, Nuckolls-Jefferies house, Pacolet Mill office, products Pacolet cloth room and warehouse, Pacolet mills historic district, and Pacolet soapstone quarries are listed on the National register of historic places.

                                     
  • Pacolet Mills Historic District is a national historic district located at Pacolet Spartanburg County, South Carolina It encompasses 126 contributing
  • Central Pacolet is a town in Spartanburg County, South Carolina United States, along the Pacolet River. The population was 216 at the 2010 census. Central
  • The Pacolet River is a tributary of the Broad River, about 50 miles 80 km long, in northwestern South Carolina in the United States. One of its principal
  • office building located at Pacolet, Spartanburg County, South Carolina It built in 1908 by the Pacolet Manufacturing Company. It is a one - story, brick building
  • Pacolet Mills Cloth Room and Warehouse is a historic textile mill located at Pacolet Spartanburg County, South Carolina It was built in 1906 1907, and
  • Pacolet Soapstone Quarries encompasses 13 historic archaeological sites located near Pacolet Spartanburg County, South Carolina It was the site of soapstone
  • Middle Tyger River South Tyger River Sandy River Little Sandy River Pacolet River Lawsons Fork Creek North Pacolet River South Pacolet River Saluda River
  • from 1967 to 1984. C. Bruce Littlejohn was born July 22, 1913, in Pacolet South Carolina to Lady Sarah Warmoth and Cameron Littlejohn. He was the youngest
  • historic school building located near Pacolet Spartanburg County, South Carolina It built in 1915 by the Pacolet Manufacturing Company to serve the African - American
  • 80 m tall and weighed 185 pounds 84 kg Banks was born in Pacolet Mills, South Carolina He signed originally with the New York Yankees in 1957, and
  • South Carolina Highway 9 SC 9 is a 258.3 - mile - long 416 km major state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina The route runs from North Myrtle
  • South Carolina Highway 295 SC 295 is a state highway connecting the Spartanburg County, South Carolina communities of Pacolet and Una. The entire route