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Allendale County is a county located in the U.S. state of South Carolina. As of the 2010 census, the population was 10,419. Its county seat is Allendale.
- also known as Allendale County, South Carolina
- founded in (97 years ago)
- part of South Carolina
- capital: Allendale
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Psalms of Revelations (2009)
by Sallie Brooker
Allendale County is a small Southern town with approximately ten thousand people.
by Walter Edgar
Sherman's army marched through Allendale County. Union troops spared the Erwinton Plantation house because it was being used as a hospital for malaria sufferers. Brigadier General Hugh Judson ...
—Allendale County, R. J. Thompson, Allendale; Barnwell, J. M. Thompson, Barnwell, Charleston, C. M. Jones, Charleston: Colleton, D. E. Boston, Walterboro: Georgetown, M. A. Baxter, ...
A State-by-State Historical Encyclopedia by Daniel S. Murphree
One of the best-known pre-Clovis sites in North America is the Topper site in Allendale County, South Carolina. In addition to the Clovis spear points and other artifacts unearthed at Topper, archaeologists claim to have found pieces of ...
by Scott Elias, Cary Mock
Geoarchaeological investigations attheTopper and Big Pine Tree sites, Allendale County, South Williams eastern Yesner Beirngia. Zegura Carolina. Journal of Archaeological Science.
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