Sacred Spaces with Bill Fitzpatrick
November 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The area of McCormick and Abbeville Counties was known as the “Calhoun Settlement” or “Lower Long Canes.” Learn of the Lower Long Cane Massacre site where the matriarch of the Calhoun family, Catherine, was killed by the Cherokee. Her son, Patrick, survived and went on to have a son of his own, John C. Calhoun. Bill Fitzpatrick will discuss these stories along with the history of Cedar Springs Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church and the Ninety Six Star Fort, a site of Revolutionary War battles.
Reservations are required.
$8.00 for UHM Members
$12.00 for all other guests