Wilkins, Bob; Wilkins, Rose
June 2005
Sandlapper: The Magazine of South Carolina;Summer2005, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p4
Presents a first-person narrative of traveling through the cities and towns of South Carolina through the back roads. Travel from Lexington through Camden; Battle of Camden site; Small communities of DeKalb and Westville; Kershaw as part of Lancaster County; Forty Acre Rock Heritage Preserve; Town of Jefferson; Town of Chesterfield; Sand Hills State Forest; Town of McBee, the starting point for the Charlotte, Monroe and Columbia Railroad.


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