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12 W Main St, Williamston, SC 29697
http://williamstonsc.us
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The Williamston Municipal Center was originally constructed by WPA labor in 1939 as Williamston High School. Then in 1953, the building became Williamston Elementary School when Palmetto High School was built. It became Williamston Primary School in 1...read more
The Williamston Municipal Center was originally constructed by WPA labor in 1939 as Williamston High School. Then in 1953, the building became Williamston Elementary School when Palmetto High School was built. It became Williamston Primary School in 1972 when Palmetto Middle School was formed. In 1983 the remaining primary students were moved to the new Palmetto Primary School. At that time, the building was purchased by the Town of Williamston. improving miraculously. Upon awakening, he followed a trickling sound and discovered the source of our mineral spring. As news of the medicinal water spread, the town grew and became a major resort when the railroads arrived in 1851. Soon it became known as the 'Saratoga of the South' which was a referral to a similar spring in New York. To accommodate the influx, the Mammoth Hotel was built near the spring and was the largest building in the state at that time, featuring 150 rooms plus bowling alleys and ballrooms. Unfortunately, a devastating fire in 1860 destroyed it and other buildings. The town was initially known as Mineral Springs, but this was changed to Williamston in 1852. Mr. Williams set aside property to preserve the spring and to begin schools and churches.B B B B B B B B B The Civil War brought an end to that bgolden erab, but not without leaving its own history. The last skirmish east of the Mississippi took place a few miles north of town when cadets from the Arsenal Academy at Columbia encountered Stonemanbs Raiders on May 1, 1865.B B B B B B B In 1871, Dr. Samuel Lander established a girls school which eventually became Lander College. Dr. Lander was instrumental in prohibiting the sale of liquor in town, a feeling which exists today in this community served by more than 70 churches. Around the turn of the century the cotton mills settled near the river and played major roles in shaping the communities. Many families still treasure memories of events sponsored by the mills and of teams playing in the old textile leagues. Shoeless Joe Jackson took his first steps on Pelzerbs mill hill and went on to become the greatest natural baseball player ever.B B B B B Chautauquas were also popular and brought culture and learning to the area. Williamston became a center for events which featured music, art, entertainment and lectures. The Bonfire and Park View Hotels accommodated the many guests, who filled the park called Chautauqua Park.B B B B B B B B B Railroads continued to serve the area until the 1950s. The P & N was designed to operate through the heart of the Piedmont textile industry and is remembered by its motto bA Mill to the Mileb and by its rate of a penny a mile. With todaybs dominance of auto transportation, Williamston is blessed with highways 8, 20, and 29 leading its citizens to upstate corridors including nearby Interstate 85.
 
 

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The Williamston Municipal Center was originally constructed by WPA labor in 1939 as Williamston High School. Then in 1953, the building became Williamston Elementary School when Palmetto High School was built. It became Williamston Primary School in 1972 when Palmetto Middle School was formed. In 1983 the remaining primary students were moved to the new Palmetto Primary School. At that time, the building was purchased by the Town of Williamston. improving miraculously. Upon awakening, he followed a trickling sound and discovered the source of our mineral spring. As news of the medicinal water spread, the town grew and became a major resort when the railroads arrived in 1851. Soon it became known as the 'Saratoga of the South' which was a referral to a similar spring in New York. To accommodate the influx, the Mammoth Hotel was built near the spring and was the largest building in the state at that time, featuring 150 rooms plus bowling alleys and ballrooms. Unfortunately, a devastating fire in 1860 destroyed it and other buildings. The town was initially known as Mineral Springs, but this was changed to Williamston in 1852. Mr. Williams set aside property to preserve the spring and to begin schools and churches.B B B B B B B B B The Civil War brought an end to that bgolden erab, but not without leaving its own history. The last skirmish east of the Mississippi took place a few miles north of town when cadets from the Arsenal Academy at Columbia encountered Stonemanbs Raiders on May 1, 1865.B B B B B B B In 1871, Dr. Samuel Lander established a girls school which eventually became Lander College. Dr. Lander was instrumental in prohibiting the sale of liquor in town, a feeling which exists today in this community served by more than 70 churches. Around the turn of the century the cotton mills settled near the river and played major roles in shaping the communities. Many families still treasure memories of events sponsored by the mills and of teams playing in the old textile leagues. Shoeless Joe Jackson took his first steps on Pelzerbs mill hill and went on to become the greatest natural baseball player ever.B B B B B Chautauquas were also popular and brought culture and learning to the area. Williamston became a center for events which featured music, art, entertainment and lectures. The Bonfire and Park View Hotels accommodated the many guests, who filled the park called Chautauqua Park.B B B B B B B B B Railroads continued to serve the area until the 1950s. The P & N was designed to operate through the heart of the Piedmont textile industry and is remembered by its motto bA Mill to the Mileb and by its rate of a penny a mile. With todaybs dominance of auto transportation, Williamston is blessed with highways 8, 20, and 29 leading its citizens to upstate corridors including nearby Interstate 85.