Pendleton | Palmetto Places

Tour an upcountry town where time seems to stand still. Walk around the bustling Village Green and through a peaceful church yard. Come inside Liberty Hall Inn, a favorite with travelers, and learn about the fascinating families who lived at stately Ashtabula. Sit beside potter Rob Gentry and watch as he fires his unusual creations.

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Pendleton, Part 1
Episode 1

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Pendleton is an upstate town which dates back to the 1790’s. This town was the first town established north of Camden, and includes the modern day Anderson, Pickens, and Oconee Counties. The town...
Pendleton, Part 2
Episode 2

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Old buildings are lovingly preserved throughout Pendleton, South Carolina. Many of which, have been given new uses; one of such buildings is Liberty Hall. Liberty Hall was once a home, but today...
Pendleton, Part 3
Episode 3

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The men of Pendleton have always been close to the soil, and in this video segment, we meet a man who is closer to Pendleton’s soil than most. Master potter Rob Gentry joins to discuss his...
Pendleton, Part 4
Episode 4

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The house called Ashtabula regally crowns a hilltop just outside of Pendleton. Ashtabula is a Native American word meaning “fish river.” Joanna Angle talks about history of the home, and the families...