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Quick Facts

Wikipedia
Wikipedia has more about this subject: Clinton, South Carolina

Clinton was first settled by Scots-Irish immigrants two decades before the American Revolutionary War. It incorporated as a town in 1852, and was named after Henry Clinton Young, a lawyer from Laurens, who helped lay out the first streets.

Resources

Archives and Libraries

note: Public libraries, public county and college archives

Cemeteries

Church History and Records

Presbyterian

  • Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church

South Carolina Revolutionary patriot, Joseph Ramage, of Laurens County, South Carolina FHL Book 921.73 R14s, film 1697776 Item 2

Colleges

Newspapers

Current

  • The Clinton Chronicle, a weekly newspaper established in 1900, and also, a website of Clinton and Laurens County news that is updated every day.

Societies, Libraries and Museums

note: the societies with their own memberships, libraries, museums and collections.

Websites

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