Sandy Springs, South Carolina
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Sandy Springs is an unincorporated community in Anderson County, South Carolina, United States. It is located on U.S. Route 76 between Anderson and Clemson. The name comes from a literal spring in the sands.
- Sandy Springs (South Carolina) Kimberly M. Brigance, Morris V. Moore - 2010 Page 7 Introduction "Before Sandy Springs was a city, it was a community. Before that, it was a gathering place. In the beginning, it was simply a local landmark, the place where a natural spring flowed out of the sandy soil."
- Jack Bass, W. Scott Poole The Palmetto State: The Making of Modern South Carolina - 2009 Page 79 "One of them, Freddie Stowers from Sandy Springs in Anderson County, became the only African American to receive a Medal of Honor in either world war."
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