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Saluda County Courthouse – Saluda , South Carolina


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The Saluda County Courthouse is located in downtown Saluda and is home to several monuments celebrating this area’s history. Originally called Butler County, the county was renamed Saluda two days after its incorporation in honor of the river which forms its northern border. The word “saluda” comes from the Cherokee Indians and means “river of corn.”

Saluda County Courthouse

Larry Gleason of Aiken © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

The Saluda town clock stands in front of the courthouse, along with the Bonham and Travis memorial which honors heroes of the Alamo (and Saluda County natives!) William Barret Travis and James Butler Bonham.

Saluda Courthouse

Larry Gleason of Aiken © Do Not Use Without Written Consent

Learn more about the Battle of the Alamo and Travis and Bonham’s brave feats.

Saluda County Courthouse Info


Address: 100 East Church Street, Saluda, SC 29138
Website: http://saludacounty.sc.gov/Government/CourtSystem/Clerk%20of%20Court/Pages/default.aspx

Saluda County Courthouse Map



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