Way Down Beside the Reedy River (A Centennial History - The Saga of the Salvation Army in Greenville, SC 1888 and 1904-2004)
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Way Down Beside the Reedy River (A Centennial History - The Saga of the Salvation Army in Greenville, SC 1888 and 1904-2004)

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Published by United Writers Press, Inc. .
Written in English


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FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL11809938M
ISBN 10097608242X
ISBN 109780976082422
OCLC/WorldCa65285665

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- What is now known as Conestee Mill was constructed beside the Conestee Dam site.. - Conestee Dam constructed to its present height creating a acre lake on the Reedy River.. - By the turn of the century, there were eight mills operating on the river within two miles of the city.. - Beltline trolley constructed. (photo below show crossing at Main Street and Reedy River. For more information, you may be interested to read “Way Down Beside the Reedy River” that was written by Church member Ray Kitchen. Our “Century of Service” began in a tent located at the corner of Brown and Washington Street. Here, The Salvation Army offered a religious message and good music to all those willing to listen. Falls Park on the Reedy, Greenville: Hours, Address, Falls Park on the Reedy Reviews: 5/5 Get the full experience and book a tour. Recommended. Our most popular tours and activities Start by the Lazy Goat restaurant and saunter down the lovely walk way looking across at one of the old textile buildings on the green which lies at the K TripAdvisor reviews.   Falls Park is a wonderful spot for viewing the Reedy River and its waterfalls. There are picnic areas, as well as a trail running beside the river for walking or cycling. The suspension bridge over the falls also provides more views.5/5(K).

  There was a house that was a restaurant down Main St. by the Reedy River. Does anyone remember the name of it? They catered my wedding out on Saluda Lake about 8 years ago and were great. Love to recommend them to someone going out that s: 4.   Category People & Blogs; Song Way Down We Go; Artist KALEO; Album A/B; Licensed to YouTube by WMG, The Orchard Music (on behalf of Sena); LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor. Karen & Lee Duquette walked on the $ million Liberty Bridge which does more than span the Reedy River. It serves as the focal point of Falls Park showcasing mans creativity alongside natures beauty. The bridge is feet long, feet wide, has a horizontal curve radius of feet and foot towers weighing 26 tons each. But there's more than just the bridge at Falls Park on the Reedy in.   Q: What is the weird structure in the Reedy River downtown, near the Main Street bridge?Is it a legacy of one of the mills, or does it have some other function? Amy in Author: Amy Clarke Burns.