The great peak named Caesar's Head dominates the landscape in the northwest corner of Greenville County. Located along the border between North and South Carolina, the mountain was revered by the Cherokee, and its wooded slopes became the source of timber and recreation for South Carolinians in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Postcard view, around 1910.
Courtesy of the South Caroliniana Library.
- This indicator was developed to encourage inquiry into the characteristics of urban, rural, and suburban areas within South Carolina.
- This indicator prompts students to inquire about the distribution of landforms, climates, and biomes around the world.