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Historical Markers in Catawba, South Carolina
Catawba is in Chester County
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When people look for a home, one consideration is convenience to a grocery store. The bald eagles that nest here had something similar in mind: access to their favorite food - fish - in the Catawba River. When keen eyes on a handy . . . — — Map (db m95437) HM|
Canal Trail (orange) This trail is an easy 1.25 miles one way, starting from either the Park Office parking or the south entrance parking area. Total round-trip time is about 2 hours. The trail follows Landsford Canal, which was built in the . . . — — Map (db m95432) HM|
As a boat approached the canal traveling south on the Catawba River, the patroon, or river boat pilot, first saw the diversion dam. The dam consisted of piles of loose stone on the river bottom. The dam projected from the bank at roughly forty . . . — — Map (db m13722) HM|
Landsford Canal is located along the banks of the Catawba River in the South Carolina Piedmont. Because this region sits atop a fall line, it features changes in elevation that produce shoals and rapids. In the 19th century, merchants bypassed . . . — — Map (db m95431) HM|