National Register of Historic Places listings in Pickens County, South Carolina

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Location of Pickens County in South Carolina

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Pickens County, South Carolina.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Pickens County, South Carolina, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a Google map.[1]

There are 29 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 1 National Historic Landmark.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 24, 2014.[2]


Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Central High School
Central High School
May 20, 1994
(#94000475)
304 Church St.
34°43′22″N 82°46′52″W / 34.722778°N 82.781111°W / 34.722778; -82.781111 (Central High School)
Central
2 Central Roller Mills
Central Roller Mills
June 25, 2013
(#13000454)
300 Madden Bridge Rd.
34°43′29″N 82°47′05″W / 34.72465°N 82.78482°W / 34.72465; -82.78482 (Central Roller Mills)
Central
3 Civilian Conservation Corps Quarry No. 1 and Truck Trail Upload image
June 16, 1989
(#89000479)
Off Section Rd. 25/Hickory Hollow Rd., 0.7 miles south of South Carolina Highway 11
35°00′17″N 82°42′46″W / 35.004722°N 82.712778°W / 35.004722; -82.712778 (Civilian Conservation Corps Quarry No. 1 and Truck Trail)
Pickens
4 Civilian Conservation Corps Quarry No. 2 Upload image
June 16, 1989
(#89000480)
0.2 miles north of Section Rd. 69/Sliding Rock Rd. near the Oolenoy River
35°00′21″N 82°43′18″W / 35.005833°N 82.721667°W / 35.005833; -82.721667 (Civilian Conservation Corps Quarry No. 2)
Pickens
5 Clemson College Sheep Barn
Clemson College Sheep Barn
January 4, 1990
(#89002140)
S. Palmetto Boulevard on the Clemson University campus
34°40′36″N 82°49′50″W / 34.676667°N 82.830556°W / 34.676667; -82.830556 (Clemson College Sheep Barn)
Clemson
6 Clemson University Historic District I
Clemson University Historic District I
January 4, 1990
(#89002138)
Northern portion of campus along U.S. Route 76
34°40′47″N 82°50′04″W / 34.679722°N 82.834444°W / 34.679722; -82.834444 (Clemson University Historic District I)
Clemson
7 Clemson University Historic District II
Clemson University Historic District II
January 4, 1990
(#89002139)
Center of campus
34°40′40″N 82°50′18″W / 34.677778°N 82.838333°W / 34.677778; -82.838333 (Clemson University Historic District II)
Clemson
8 Easley High School Auditorium
Easley High School Auditorium
January 21, 1999
(#98001646)
112 Russell St.
34°50′N 82°36′W / 34.83°N 82.6°W / 34.83; -82.6 (Easley High School Auditorium)
Easley
9 Easley Mill Upload image
September 23, 2013
(#09000818)
601 S. 5th St.,
34°49′27″N 82°36′28″W / 34.824109°N 82.607725°W / 34.824109; -82.607725 (Easley Mill)
Easley
10 Fort Hill
Fort Hill
October 15, 1966
(#66000708)
Clemson University campus
34°40′40″N 82°50′21″W / 34.677778°N 82.839167°W / 34.677778; -82.839167 (Fort Hill)
Clemson
11 Griffin-Christopher House
Griffin-Christopher House
October 21, 2001
(#01001160)
208 Ann St.
34°53′06″N 82°42′30″W / 34.885°N 82.708333°W / 34.885; -82.708333 (Griffin-Christopher House)
Pickens
12 Hagood Mill
Hagood Mill
December 11, 1972
(#72001217)
3.5 miles northwest of Pickens on U.S. Route 178
34°55′37″N 82°43′20″W / 34.926944°N 82.722222°W / 34.926944; -82.722222 (Hagood Mill)
Pickens
13 Hagood-Mauldin House
Hagood-Mauldin House
October 9, 1997
(#97001185)
104 N. Lewis St.
34°53′07″N 82°42′20″W / 34.885278°N 82.705556°W / 34.885278; -82.705556 (Hagood-Mauldin House)
Pickens
14 Hanover House
Hanover House
June 5, 1970
(#70000594)
Clemson University campus
34°40′35″N 82°49′52″W / 34.676389°N 82.831111°W / 34.676389; -82.831111 (Hanover House)
Clemson
15 Hester Store Upload image
February 5, 2013
(#12001263)
1735 Hester Store Rd.
34°53′48″N 82°32′20″W / 34.89657°N 82.538869°W / 34.89657; -82.538869 (Hester Store)
Dacusville
16 Liberty Colored High School
Liberty Colored High School
April 18, 2003
(#03000270)
Junction of South Carolina Highway 93 and Rosewood St.
34°47′23″N 82°41′23″W / 34.789722°N 82.689722°W / 34.789722; -82.689722 (Liberty Colored High School)
Liberty
17 Morgan House
Morgan House
March 29, 2001
(#01000312)
416 Church St.
34°43′20″N 82°46′49″W / 34.722222°N 82.780278°W / 34.722222; -82.780278 (Morgan House)
Central
18 Old Pickens Jail
Old Pickens Jail
April 11, 1979
(#79002390)
Johnson and Pendleton Sts.
34°52′51″N 82°42′21″W / 34.880833°N 82.705833°W / 34.880833; -82.705833 (Old Pickens Jail)
Pickens
19 Old Stone Church and Cemetery
Old Stone Church and Cemetery
November 5, 1971
(#71000794)
1.5 miles north of Pendleton off U.S. Route 76
34°39′49″N 82°48′58″W / 34.663611°N 82.816111°W / 34.663611; -82.816111 (Old Stone Church and Cemetery)
Pendleton
20 Oolenoy Baptist Church Cemetery
Oolenoy Baptist Church Cemetery
October 14, 2003
(#03000659)
201 Miracle Hill Rd.
34°59′30″N 82°48′21″W / 34.991667°N 82.805833°W / 34.991667; -82.805833 (Oolenoy Baptist Church Cemetery)
Pickens
21 Pendleton Historic District
Pendleton Historic District
August 25, 1970
(#70000560)
Bounded on the west by Hopewell and Treaty Oak, on the north by the Old Stone Church, on the east by Montpelier, and on the south by the town limits
34°39′06″N 82°47′02″W / 34.651772°N 82.78375°W / 34.651772; -82.78375 (Pendleton Historic District)
Pendleton Extends into Anderson and Oconee counties
22 Roper House Complex
Roper House Complex
June 16, 1989
(#89000482)
Section Road 25, 0.1 miles southeast of South Carolina Highway 11
35°01′18″N 82°41′32″W / 35.021667°N 82.692222°W / 35.021667; -82.692222 (Roper House Complex)
Pickens
23 Sheriff Mill Complex Upload image
November 20, 1987
(#87002058)
South Carolina Highway 40
34°47′18″N 82°34′08″W / 34.788333°N 82.568889°W / 34.788333; -82.568889 (Sheriff Mill Complex)
Easley
24 J. Warren Smith House
J. Warren Smith House
January 26, 2005
(#04001564)
21 N. Palmetto St.
34°47′09″N 82°41′47″W / 34.785833°N 82.696389°W / 34.785833; -82.696389 (J. Warren Smith House)
Liberty
25 J. C. Stribling Barn
J. C. Stribling Barn
October 22, 2001
(#01001161)
220 Issaqueena Trail
34°40′07″N 82°47′45″W / 34.668611°N 82.795833°W / 34.668611; -82.795833 (J. C. Stribling Barn)
Clemson
26 Structural Science Building
Structural Science Building
April 5, 2010
(#09000365)
Palmetto Boulevard and Fernow Drive
34°40′31″N 82°50′18″W / 34.675139°N 82.838333°W / 34.675139; -82.838333 (Structural Science Building)
Clemson Now known as Lee and Lowry Halls; built in 1958 and designed by Harlan Ewart McClure, the first dean of architecture at Clemson University[6]
27 Table Rock Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Site
Table Rock Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Site
June 16, 1989
(#89000481)
Table Rock State Park Rd. Extension at South Carolina Highway 11
35°01′18″N 82°41′55″W / 35.021667°N 82.698611°W / 35.021667; -82.698611 (Table Rock Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Site)
Pickens
28 Table Rock State Park Historic District
Table Rock State Park Historic District
June 15, 1989
(#89000478)
South Carolina Highway 11, 4.5 miles east of Primary Road 45
35°02′07″N 82°42′31″W / 35.035278°N 82.708611°W / 35.035278; -82.708611 (Table Rock State Park Historic District)
Pickens
29 Williams-Ligon House Upload image
February 8, 2012
(#12000015)
1866 Farrs Bridge Rd.
34°54′10″N 82°37′03″W / 34.902647°N 82.617367°W / 34.902647; -82.617367 (Williams-Ligon House)
Easley

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes off of USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 24, 2014.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. 
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "Clemson's Lee Hall/Lowry Hall Listed on National Register of Historic Places". Washington, DC. Targeted News Service. June 1, 2010. ProQuest Document ID 2048606741.