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Historical Markers in Hamburg, South Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Aiken 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 Aiken County, SC (131) Barnwell County, SC (44) Edgefield County, SC (68) Lexington County, SC (67) Orangeburg County, SC (69) Saluda County, SC (33) Burke County, GA (33) Richmond County, GA (179)  AikenCounty(131) Aiken County (131)  BarnwellCounty(44) Barnwell County (44)  EdgefieldCounty(68) Edgefield County (68)  LexingtonCounty(67) Lexington County (67)  OrangeburgCounty(69) Orangeburg County (69)  SaludaCounty(33) Saluda County (33)  BurkeCountyGeorgia(33) Burke County (33)  RichmondCounty(179) Richmond County (179)
Aiken is the county seat for Aiken County
Hamburg is in Aiken County
      Aiken County (131)  
ADJACENT TO AIKEN COUNTY
      Barnwell County (44)  
      Edgefield County (68)  
      Lexington County (67)  
      Orangeburg County (69)  
      Saluda County (33)  
      Burke County, Georgia (33)  
      Richmond County, Georgia (179)  
 
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1 South Carolina, Aiken County, Hamburg — 2-3 — Hamburg[Missing as of 4 July 2004] Reported missing
Situated between this point and the Savannah River, Hamburg was a thriving river port and trading center for cotton and tobacco. Founded in 1821 by Henry Schultz, incorporated December 19, 1827, Hamburg became the most important interior port in . . . Map (db m41892) HM
2 South Carolina, Aiken County, Hamburg — 2-2 — Western Terminus South Carolina Railroad
Near the foot of this bluff in the old town of Hamburg stood the western terminus of the S.C. Canal and Rail Road Co. Begun in 1830, it was the first steam operated railroad to offer regular passenger service and to carry U.S. mail. Completed in . . . Map (db m27835) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Jun. 12, 2024