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Exposure Mode 1 Keywords Pickens Street historic marker Columbia SC USA attraction destination display education information landmark marker sign tourist South Carolina Andrew Pickens attractive Battle of Cowpens Battle of Eutaw Springs educating historical marker Historical Site Historical Sites info Old Stone Church Place of Interest Places of Interest Revolutionary War Richland County road side Road sign Roadside signage tour tourism tourist attraction Tourist Destination Tourist Destinations travel Travel Destination Travel Destinations South South America appealing no people sightseeing text Latin America United States attract history nobody sightsee word Colombian Jason O. Watson / daytime destinations displays historic markers landmarks markers signs tourists United States of America appeal color image educate historic outdoor vertical day historical markers Latin American road sides tourist attractions tours colour image historical outside day time South American day-time US words CO color images daylight outdoors verticals colour images natural light outsides U.S. U.S.A. historic site sign with text
Caption PICKENS STREET This street was named for Andrew Pickens (1739-1817). One of the three S.C. Partisan Generals in the Revolution, he fought in the battles of Cowpens and Eutaw Springs both in 1781. Pickens served fourteen years in the S.C. House of Representatives, four in the S.C. Senate and two in Congress. From 1785 to 1791, he was appointed several times by Congress to treat with the Indians. He is buried at Old Stone Church near Pendleton. Erected by Richland County Bicentennial Commission Sponsored by Richland County Historical Society, 1977