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Lancaster County panhandle border history takes an odd turn (access required)

INDIAN LAND – George I of England, a group of lost map surveyors, some Native Americans who got in the way, and Scots-Irish immigrants from Pennsylvania obsessed with the Wars of the Roses. They all played a part in the creation of the Lancaster County, S.C., panhandle, one of the fastest-growing areas in the Carolinas. King George ...

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