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York - Lake Wylie Branch SCR 975.7 WILLOUGHBY (Text) 33205006831685 Adult Special Collection Non-Fiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 9780966970722
  • ISBN: 0966970721
  • Physical Description: xii, 331 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
    print
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Orangeburg, S.C. : Published for the Rock Hill Sesquicentennial by Written in Stone, [2002]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 304-309) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Indian Land, 1600-1840 -- Ebenezerville, 1750-1850 -- The founding of Rock Hill, 1852-1872 -- Years of Civil War, 1861-1865 -- A second Civil War, 1865-1876 -- Back to business, 1865-1895 -- An electrified city, 1885-1916 -- A more literate society, 1872-1929 -- Early days at Winthrop College, 1895-1930 -- Progressive Rock Hill, 1890-1916 -- Fighting the good fight, 1904-1919 -- Between the wars, 1920-1940 -- War and prosperity, the 1940s -- "Mayberry" greets the world, the 1950s -- The struggle for racial equality, 1954-1978 -- Everything old is new again, 1960-1980 -- Making the future out of the past, 1980-2002.
Summary, etc.: "The title of this book, 'The Good Town Does Well,' was taken from the unofficial motto of Rock Hill, South Carolina, and was used by city boosters for more than half a century. The first comprehensive history of Rock Hill written in half a century, 'The Good Town' is much more than an account of boosterism at its best." -- from Jacket Flap
Subject: Rock Hill (S.C.) -- History
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