GREER From Cotton Town to Industrial Center

By: Belcher, Ray and Joada P Hiatt

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Originating as Greer's Station, a burgeoning settlement on the edge of an antebellum plantation, Greer prospered as a link in the cotton belt of the South. Agricultural hub and industrial powerhouse, the town flourished along the railroad and gained prominence as a bustling trading post. Greer has braved market manipulation, commercial competition, and agricultural decimation, but strives even today to preserve the continuity of its community identity.

Title: GREER From Cotton Town to Industrial Center

Author Name: Belcher, Ray and Joada P Hiatt

Categories: Technical, South Carolina, South Carolina - History, South Carolina - Places, Technical - Textile,

Publisher: Charleston, SC, Arcadia Publishing: 2003

ISBN Number: 0738524204

ISBN Number 13: 9780738524207

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 13173

Description: Signed by Author. Brand New. Vintage photos of Greer, South Carolina. ; The Making of America Series; Trade PB; ; 160 pages; Signed by Author

Keywords: Upstate South Carolina Textile Industry,