Few other Upstate counties can boast as much history as South Carolina’s Union County. It is known as the birthplace of the Confederacy, with Revolutionary War battles fought at Blackstock’s, Musgrove Mill, and Fish Dam. It is home to the writing desk upon which the Article of Secession was drafted, and Confederate Pres. Jefferson Davis spent two days in Union during his flight after the War between the States. Early 20th-century Union offered the world’s largest cotton mill and multiple “mill village” communities, with Main Street serving as a cultural center bustling with large early hotels, opera houses, and numerous fine examples of antebellum architecture.
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