Historic Abbeville County South Carolina is rich in history and rich in natural resources.
Abbeville County is 508 square miles and encompasses the natural resources of Calhoun Falls State Park and Marina, Richard Russell Dam, and Sumter National Forest. Historically Abbeville County includes the Abbeville Opera House and historic district, the Burk-Stark Mansion circa 1841, and Erskine College located in the town of Due West.
The City of Abbeville is the county seat and the largest city in the county. Here is a map of the Abbeville area.
Founded in 1785, Abbeville County is the “Birthplace and Deathbed of the Confederacy” and claims John C. Calhoun as a native son. Abbeville County: A Great Place to Live.
Abbeville County also has numerous elementary schools, a primary school, a middle school and two high schools. Find out more about Abbeville Schools and what they have to offer.
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