“An interesting story is told of another Anderson man of long ago,” says Louise Ayer Vandiver in her 1928 book Traditions and History of Anderson County [SC]. “He was Walter M. Gibson, and lived near Sandy Springs. He was an adventurer, and it is said was once prime minister of the Sandwich Islands. “Being banished [...]comments
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The McPhail Angus Farm, in the vicinity of Seneca, SC, has been a locally significant farm for more than one hundred years. The farm illustrates twentieth century developments in agriculture in the South Carolina upcountry, most notably the transition from a traditional dependence on growing cotton as a cash crop to raising cattle as a [...]comments