Honea Path, South Carolina – History

South Carolina Honea Path Honea Path History Honea Path, which dates from 1794, is located in both Abbeville County and Anderson County. Residents of the town pronounce the name honey-uh. In September 1934, Honea Path was the site of one of the most violent suppression of a labor movement in the history of the United States. Known today as the Chiquola Incident, seven textile workers were killed by special deputies when 45,000 of the state's 80,000 textile workers went on strike.

Honea Path History – Historical Summaries & Name

  • Overview - a brief overview with possible origins of name

Honea Path History – Notable Sons & Daughters

Honea Path History – Historic Buildings, Sites, Monuments

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