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Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Latta, Dillon County, SC

Cotton Press, Near Routes 917 & 38, moved from Berry's Crossroads, Latta, Dillon County, SC

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Significance: Significant in the field of rural industry as the only known remaining cotton press of this era in South Carolina; the primary machine which pressed and baled ginned cotton.
Survey number: HAER SC-11
Building/structure dates: 1798 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1950 Subsequent Work
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 72001206



Historic American Engineering Record, creator


Latta (S.C.)34.33710, -79.43116
Google Map of 34.3371047, -79.4311616


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