Following the defeat of the Cherokee Indians and the British during the Revolutionary War, South Carolina made available to Revolutionary soldiers for first occupancy all of the land which composes both the City of Greenville and the County of Greenville. In February 1869, Greenville’s Town Charter was amended by the S. C. General Assembly establishing Greenville, the town, as a City. Again, Greenville began to grow. An African American church, Springfield Baptist, was built, the Southern Railroad began operations through Greenville, a large cotton seed oil mill was built on Augusta Street, a horse drawn street railway began operations and the first real bridge was built for Main Street to cross the Reedy River.
Greenville is known as the Textile Center of the World. Great shopping, entertainment, historic and family events are offered as well as a 60 ft waterfall and a variety of annual events. It is located in northwest South Carolina.
Look for special offers in various areas of Greenville, along with online deals that you can use at home.
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