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Cheraw Lyceum


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The Lyceum (c. 1820) began as a chancery court, became the Lyceum Meeting Room and private library, served as Cheraw's first telegraph office, and was both the Confederate and Union quartermasters' headquarters. It now houses a museum depicting Cheraw's history, Indian artifacts, steamboat era and Confederate War relics.


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Cheraw, SC Other Attractions



First Presbyterian Church And Session House

Built c. 1832, the church's Greek Revival influences include four Doric columns that support the portico. Originally clapboard, the building was bricked over in 1922. The Session House is a small, one-story frame Greek-Revival structure, built in 1842

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White Oak Conference Center

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Chester First Baptist

First church founded in the city of Chester in 1836. Please call the church or the Chester County library (803-377-8145) fo...

Fishdam Ford

Fishdam Ford was the site of the battle on November 9, 1780, in which Gen. Thomas Sumter's men repelled a night assault by Ma...

Pee Dee River Artifacts Room

Relics from 200 years of river travel are on display here. Enter through the Ingram Law Office at 204 Market St....