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Barber House
S.C. Secondary Road 37, Hopkins, SC (Map)

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Description: The Barber House was built on land purchased by former slaves, Samuel Barber and his wife Harriet. T... (more)

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National Register
Richland Cty. Landmark
African American Influence

Year Built: 1880, 1927, 1930
Period: 1875-1899
Style: No Style Listed
Architect: Unknown
Historic Topics: African American, Black History, Freedman, South Carolina Land Commission, Ethnic History - Black, Farming, Cotton
Original Primary Use: Domestic
Present Use: Private Residence

Source: National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form; South Carolina Department of Archives and History (digital images); Lower Richland County Multiple Resource Area (MPS019)

 
 

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