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Historical Markers in Eutawville, South Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Orangeburg County, South Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Orangeburg County, SC (60) Aiken County, SC (93) Bamberg County, SC (37) Barnwell County, SC (44) Berkeley County, SC (95) Calhoun County, SC (16) Clarendon County, SC (61) Colleton County, SC (48) Dorchester County, SC (34) Lexington County, SC (60)  OrangeburgCounty(60) Orangeburg County (60)  AikenCounty(93) Aiken County (93)  BambergCounty(37) Bamberg County (37)  BarnwellCounty(44) Barnwell County (44)  BerkeleyCounty(95) Berkeley County (95)  CalhounCounty(16) Calhoun County (16)  ClarendonCounty(61) Clarendon County (61)  ColletonCounty(48) Colleton County (48)  DorchesterCounty(34) Dorchester County (34)  LexingtonCounty(60) Lexington County (60)
Orangeburg is the county seat for Orangeburg County
Eutawville is in Orangeburg County
      Orangeburg County (60)  
ADJACENT TO ORANGEBURG COUNTY
      Aiken County (93)  
      Bamberg County (37)  
      Barnwell County (44)  
      Berkeley County (95)  
      Calhoun County (16)  
      Clarendon County (61)  
      Colleton County (48)  
      Dorchester County (34)  
      Lexington County (60)  
 
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1South Carolina (Orangeburg County), Eutawville — Battle of Eutaw
[ D.A.R. Emblem ] This stone marks the field whereon was fought the battle of Eutaw, September 8, 1781, between a force of the United States under Major General Nathanael Greene and a force of Great Britain under Colonel Stuart. Neither . . . Map (db m21759) HM
2South Carolina (Orangeburg County), Eutawville — Battle of Eutaw SpringsVictory in Defeat
(Front text) On the morning of September 8, 1781, General Nathanael Greene's American army attacked Colonel Alexander Stewart's British Force camped at a plantation near Eutaw Springs. Here two almost evenly matched armies slugged it out in . . . Map (db m21827) HM
3South Carolina (Orangeburg County), Eutawville — Battle of Eutaw SpringsA Critical Loss of Discipline
" The rich prize within our grasp was lost "          ~ Colonel Henry Lee Late in the battle, American soldiers pushed forward and found themselves in the British camp. Victory was in sight, but the discipline that had held the American . . . Map (db m21944) HM
4South Carolina (Orangeburg County), Eutawville — Battle of Eutaw SpringsA Determined Defense by a Brave Commander
To Major Marjoribanks and the flank battalion under his command " I think the honour of the day is due."        ~ Colonel Alexander Stewart Major John Marjoribanks ( pronounced "Marshbanks") led a battalion of elete troops that held . . . Map (db m22057) HM
5South Carolina (Orangeburg County), Eutawville — 38-8 — Eutawville
( Front text ) Settled in the 1840s on higher ground in the healthy pines of upper St. John's Parish, the town of Eutawville was founded by Santee River plantation owners as a summer refuge for their families. In 1886 the railroad was . . . Map (db m22096) HM
6South Carolina (Orangeburg County), Eutawville — 38-7 — Grave of Major Majoribanks / Northampton
( Front Text) Grave of Major Majoribanks The British army encamped at Wantoot Plantation, home of Daniel Ravenel, after the Battle of Eutaw Springs. Now under Lake Moultrie, it was about 25 miles southeast in St. John's Parish, 5 . . . Map (db m22078) HM
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7South Carolina (Orangeburg County), Eutawville — 38-29 — Santee Limestone / Limestone and Marl Formations
marker Front: Santee LimestoneSir Charles Lyell (1797-1875), noted British geologist, visited S.C. in 1842 and described its geology in his Travels in North America..., published in several editions. He named the bedrock . . . Map (db m21969) HM
 
 
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Nov. 28, 2022