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Remembering Lexington, South Carolina: Good Stewards in a New Land

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245 pages2 hours

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From its beginning as a German-speaking frontier settlement to a vibrant modern community of the twenty-first century, Lexington has exemplified the American spirit throughout its generations. This book, made up of articles originally published in the Lexington Yesterday column in the Lexington Chronicle and Dispatch News, celebrates all the communities that make up the unique character of Lexington. Follow Claudette Holliday, historian and seventh-generation descendant of one of Lexington s first families, as she tells of Emily Geiger s patriotic ride during the American Revolution, the notorious escapades of Bloody Bill Cunningham, Lexington s murder trial of the century and other true tales from the area s rich history.

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