Greenwood | Palmetto Places

Step aboard the Piedmont and Northern Railroad for a nostalgic trip. Travel to the Ninety Six National Historic Site scene of two battles during the Revolutionary War. Smell the flowers at Park Seed Company's trail gardens, then meet "The Girls," the goats of Emerald Farm.

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Greenwood, Part 1
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Greenwood County is known as “The Railroad Center for Western South Carolina.” Joanna Angle discusses the early history of Greenwood County, and talks about one of Greenwood’s most well known...
Greenwood, Part 2
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Built in 1908, this church is on the National Register of Historic Places. Still in operation today, it illustrates the widespread growth of independent African-American churches in the South during...
Greenwood, Part 3
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Joanna Angle talks about the history of Ninety Six National Historic Site. Two battles from the American Revolution took place here. The Battle of Ninety Six is the first land battle of the...
Greenwood, Part 4
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This 914 acre state park beckons to outdoor and nature enthusiasts. Built during the Great Depression, it presently still features landscaping and architecture from that era. This park features Lake...
Greenwood, Part 5
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Greenwood is the location of one of South Carolina’s oldest family businesses: Park Seed Company. Founded in 1868 by George Watt Park, and still in operation today, it is an internationally known...
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Kathryn Zahn discusses caring for the plants and animals living on Emerald Farm, along with the farm’s educational opportunities. This farm features honey bees, and goats.