ⓘ Yemassee, South Carolina

                                     

ⓘ Yemassee, South Carolina

Yemassee is a small Lowcountry town in Beaufort and Hampton counties in the U.S. state of South Carolina. The population was 1.027 at the 2010 census. Yemassee is also very near the borders of Colleton and Jasper counties and is often considered to be the geographical center or heart of the Lowcountry region. The town is divided by the county line between Beaufort and Hampton counties, which follows the roadbed of the CSX railroad. Most of the towns population presently lies within Hampton County. As defined by the U.S. Census Bureau, the Beaufort County portion of Yemassee is included within the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton-Beaufort, SC Metropolitan Statistical Area. Yemassee hosts one of the few commercial breeding facilities of non-human primates in the entire United States. Also, the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Auldbrass Plantation house and outbuildings lie just outside the town limits of Yemassee.

                                     
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  • Yemassee may refer to: Yamasee, a Native American people Yemassee South Carolina Yemassee journal a literary journal The Yemassee an 1835 novel by
  • of Yemassee often referred to as simply the Battle of Pocotaligo, was a battle in the American Civil War on October 22, 1862 near Yemassee South Carolina
  • Hampton County, South Carolina, connecting the Hampton Varnille area with Yemassee and Interstate 95 I - 95 The route of SC 68 travels generally in a northwest
  • South Carolina Highway 28 SC 28 is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina It consists of two segments of highway signed as east west
  • Plantation or Auldbrass is located in Beaufort County, South Carolina near the town of Yemassee The name is a variation of Old Brass which was the
  • wasn t built until 1870. By 1871, it ran from Port Royal, South Carolina to Yemassee South Carolina It was extended to Augusta, Georgia in 1873. That same
  • and South Carolina The line runs from Augusta, Georgia, to Yemassee South Carolina for a total of 87.7 miles. At its north end it continues south from
  • The Yemassee a romance of Carolina is an 1835 novel by American writer William Gilmore Simms. It was a popular bestseller during its time and became
  • near Yemassee South Carolina The Union objective was to sever the Charleston and Savannah Railroad and thus isolate Charleston, South Carolina On May
  • American tribe of the southeastern US Yamasee War 1715 1717 Yemassee South Carolina Yemassee a literary journal Yamassee Native Americans Moors of the
  • 1915 in Yemassee South Carolina His family moved to Walterboro, South Carolina during his infancy and later moved to Charleston, South Carolina He was