4 edition of Spartanburg County in World War II found in the catalog.
|Statement||Anita Price Davis and James M. Walker.|
|Genre||Pictorial works., Portraits., Biography.|
|Series||Images of America|
|Contributions||Walker, James M.|
|LC Classifications||D769.85.S61 S63 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||2004109622|
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SPARTANBURG COUNTY PARKS Experience more than 7, acres of Spartanburg’s natural beauty at Croft State Park, a former World War II Army training facility that now offers camping, horse trails, bike trails, and hiking for all visitors. Pack a picnic and take the family to the perfectly manicured Cleveland Park to enjoy a scenic stroll. Table of Contents by StateSouth Carolina Index | Descriptive Information | More World War II links [table striped="true" responsive="true"]Page No. County Image Size COVER ( bytes) FOREWORD I ( bytes) FOREWORD II ( bytes) TABULATION ( bytes) 1. Abbeville, Aiken, Allendale and Anderson ( bytes) 2. Anderson, .
Historical Spartanburg County Maps; Spartanburg County in World War I Collection; Spartanburg County in World War II; Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Collection; Stereoscopic Photographs; The Textile Industry in South Carolina; William Lynch Postcard Collection; Willis Collection; World War II Camp Croft Photographs of Joseph Peter Author: Chris Yates. Paul M. Dorman High School opened its doors on Aug Named for the visionary who had dreamed of a consolidated high school that would serve Spartanburg County's District Six communities with excellence in education and an appreciation for tradition, Dorman High School was a consolidation of Roebuck and Fairforest High Schools.
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Spartanburg County gave generously and selflessly to World War II. Local men and women participated in almost every significant engagement, in almost every imaginable capacity, and in every branch of service.
Distinguishing themselves with bravery, dignity, and loyalty, county veterans received every commendation, including the Medal of Honor/5(4). Sasha Maslov's VETERANS, FACES OF WORLD WAR II is a wide-ranging and all-together touching collective biography of 53 men and women who served or took part, in some fashion, in World War II.
The coverage is global with reminiscences from America, Italy, Russia, France, Poland, Japan, India, Greece, Germany, Finland and other countries.5/5(12). Spartanburg is a city in and the seat of Spartanburg County, South Carolina, United States, and the 12th-largest city by population in the state.
The city of Spartanburg has a municipal population of 37, and Spartanburg County has an urban population ofas of the census. For a time, the Office of Management and Budget grouped Spartanburg and Union Counties County: Spartanburg.
Spartanburg County in World War II Browsing items in: Spartanburg County in World War II Refine Sort. Results per page: Records of 1; 2; 3 Introductory view book of Camp Croft.
A, 27, Camp Croft, S.C. Records of 1; 2; 3. Veterans of World War II in Spartanburg County, A 50th Anniversary Recognition. S Spartanburg — Inveterans of WWII were invited to sign a page of this special project of the.
Spartanburg county, South Carolina - World War I Sailors and Marines IN THE WORLD WAR, Transcribed for South Carolina Genealogy Trails by Transcription Team member Vicki Bryan: This Roster [ Br Spartanburg S C/12 yrs.
4 Co Ft Moultrie SC July 19/16 to May 1/18; 5 Co CAC Charleston SC to Nov 24/ Spartanburg County gave generously and selflessly to World War II.
Local men and women participated in almost every significant engagement, in almost every imaginable capacity, and in every branch of service.
Distinguishing themselves with bravery, dignity, and loyalty, county veterans received every commendation, including the Medal of : Arcadia Publishing SC. The Kennedy Free Press is the publishing arm of Spartanburg County Public Libraries’ local history and genealogy program.
It was created in to connect modern readers with the community’s rich history through research materials found. A teacher is making sure a Spartanburg soldier killed during World War II is not Touzel, an English teacher at Ocean Bay Middle School in Myrtle Beach, is researching the life of. Situated in Upstate South Carolina, Spartanburg County offers an unparalleled climate for business and exceptional quality of life.
At the crossroads of Interstates 85 this world-class community is the cradle of economic development in the Palmetto State, making it the place to live, work, play and invest.
County Spotlight. Directions Physical Address: View Map N Church St Main Level, Suite Spartanburg, SC Mailing Address: PO Box Spartanburg, SC Phone: Spartanburg County in World War II Collection Just as it had been during the First World War, Spartanburg County was a hub of civilian and military activity during World War II.
Spartanburg was fortunate once again to host an army training camp, this time in the southern portion of the county on a site that was to become known as Camp Croft.
A #1 New York Times bestseller, Wall Street Journal Best Book of the Year, and soon to be a major motion picture, this unforgettable novel of love and strength in the face of war has enthralled a generation. With courage, grace, and powerful insight, bestselling author Kristin Hannah captures the epic panorama of World War II and illuminates an intimate part of history.
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World War II gave the county another army training base, Camp Croft, and rejuvenated the textile industry. Unfortunately, the boom was not to last, and textile production in Spartanburg experienced a steady decline throughout the remainder of the century.
WORLD WAR II ARMY HONOR LIST OF DEAD AND MISSING PERSONNEL. SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA. Source: photocopies from the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) transcribed & submitted by Peggy Thompson. DNB -Died, non battle DOW -Died of wounds.
USS Spartanburg County (LST) was the fourteenth of twenty Newport-class tank landing ships of the United States Navy (USN) which replaced the traditional bow door-design tank landing ships (LSTs).Named after a county in South Carolina, the ship was constructed by National Steel and Shipbuilding Company of San Diego, LST was launched in Commissioned: 1 September Spartanburg County gave generously and selflessly to World War II.
Local men and women participated in almost every significant engagement, in almost every imaginable capacity, and in every branch of service. Distinguishing themselves with bravery, dignity, and loyalty, county veterans received every commendation, including the Medal of Honor.
Spartanburg County has court records from that are held in the office of the Clerk of Court. Spartanburg County was a part of the Ninety-Six District from - and the Pinckney District from - The records of the Ninety-Six District courts are housed in Abbeville County with the Clerk of Court.
Military records pertain to the military in some way. There are a variety of military records that were created because of the involvement of the United States in the Revolutionary War, the War ofthe Civil War, World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, etc.The library also keeps a number of church records.
In the s the library acquired photographs taken during the ss by Aldred Willis. From there the library acquired more photographs. The Pizzimenti and Bradford Collections are notable, and include pictures from World War II.
It is the strong aerial photograph collection dating.Spartanburg County in World War II by Anita Price Davis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.