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African-American cemeteries, Newberry, South Carolina

[Edith Greisser]
Greisser, Edith (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
[S.l. : s.n., 2004?]
xxii, 105 p. : ill., maps, plans (some folded).

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Title from cover.

Some of the cemeteries are outside Newberry but within Newberry County, South Carolina.

Includes full-name index.

Includes the following cemeteries: vol. 1. Bethel Church-abandoned; Brown Chapel AME Church; Bush River Missionary Baptist Church; Calvary Baptist Church; Elisha AME Church; Fairview Baptist Church; Fellowship Baptist Church; Gallman’s Chapel-abandoned; Helena; Little River Baptist Church; New Enoree Baptist Church; New Hannah AME Church; New Hannah AME Church; Pleasant Grove AME Church; Pleasant Grove AME Church; Scurry Springhill Baptist Church; Sims Chapel Baptist Church; St. Mathew AME Church; Trinity AME Church; Vaughanville Baptist Church; Welch Zion Baptist Church; Werts.

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