Richland County, South Carolina African Americans

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*Heinegg, Paul. [http://freeafricanamericans.com/1790SCc.htm "'Other Free' Heads of Household in the 1790 South Carolina Census, by County,"] Free African Americans.com. [Includes free blacks in Richland County.]
 
*Heinegg, Paul. [http://freeafricanamericans.com/1790SCc.htm "'Other Free' Heads of Household in the 1790 South Carolina Census, by County,"] Free African Americans.com. [Includes free blacks in Richland County.]
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== Local Communities  ==
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Columbia is South Carolina's Capitol City. ''[http://myrcpl.ipac.sirsidynix.net/ipac20/ipac.jsp?&profile=int&index=ISBNEX&term=0738506656 "Columbia, South Carolina,"]'' by Vennie Deas Moore highlights the history of African Americans and their influence in Columbia.
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The following are communities located in the lower part of Richland County (Lower Richland County).
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*Congaree
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*Eastover
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*Gadsden
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*Hopkins
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*Kingville
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*Weston
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See ''"African Americans of Lower Richland County,"'' by Marie Barber Adams and Deborah Scott Brooks. This book is available through Amazon and [http://myrcpl.lib.overdrive.com/A549ABE3-0E22-4D4E-8E71-C813B1163F2E/10/50/en/ContentDetails.htm?id=090f7964-6184-4866-995c-a9bff4328fde Richland Library]
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== Plantations  ==
  
 
Known plantations [http://south-carolina-plantations.com/richland/richland-county.html South Carolina Plantations]:  
 
Known plantations [http://south-carolina-plantations.com/richland/richland-county.html South Carolina Plantations]:  
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*Kensington - Eastover
 
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*Laurelwood - Eastover - also called Sandhills
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*[http://www.laurelwoodplantation.com/ Laurelwood] - Eastover - also called Sandhills (See also ''[http://thelegacyoflaurelwood.blogspot.com/ "The Legacy of Laurelwood"]'')
  
 
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Local Communities

Columbia is South Carolina's Capitol City. "Columbia, South Carolina," by Vennie Deas Moore highlights the history of African Americans and their influence in Columbia.

The following are communities located in the lower part of Richland County (Lower Richland County).

  • Congaree
  • Eastover
  • Gadsden
  • Hopkins
  • Kingville
  • Weston

See "African Americans of Lower Richland County," by Marie Barber Adams and Deborah Scott Brooks. This book is available through Amazon and Richland Library

Plantations

Known plantations South Carolina Plantations:

  • Ancrum
  • Back Swamp
  • Bellaire
  • Big Lake
  • Bossis - Hopkins - originally Berkeley County
  • Bynum Street
  • Cabin Branch - Hopkins
  • Cook's Mountain
  • Cuddoes
  • Deer Pond
  • Elm Savannah
  • Fork
  • Goodwill - Eastover
  • Grovewood - Congaree
  • Grumblethorpe Hall
  • Horrell Hill
  • Kensington - Eastover
  • Middleburg
  • Millwood - Columbia
  • Nut Shell
  • Oaks
  • Oakwood
  • Old Settlement
  • Raft - Congaree
  • Ravenwood
  • Richland - North Congaree
  • Shive Plant
  • Tickleberry
  • Wavering Place - Eastover - also called Magnolia
  • White Hall
  • Woodlands
  • Woodville - St Johns

References