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Forgotten outpost : Fort Moore & Savanah Town, 1685-1765

Harold S. Maness
Maness, Harold S. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
  • Beech Island, South Carolina : Harold S. Maness Family, c1986
  • Beech Island, South Carolina : Beech Island Historical Society, c1986
256 p. : ill., 1 map.
0937229016

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Bibliography: p. 243-246.

"The Beech Island community borders the Savannah River, more than 150 miles inland, in the southwestern section of Aiken County [South Carolina]"--P. 5.

"In the winter of 1716, Fort Moore was constructed at Savannah Town to protect the upcountry trade interest of the province"--P. 6.

Includes a list of settlers who had lands surveyed in New Windsor Township from 1737 to 1765.

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