Fort Prince George Chapter
Easley, South Carolina
South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution
History of Fort Prince George
Fort Prince George was constructed in 1753 in Pickens County, South Carolina, for the Prince of Wales, who would later become King George III.
Built on the Cherokee Path, also known as the Keowee Path, it was the primary route from Charleston to Columbia in Colonial America, connecting all of the Cherokee territories. South Carolina Highway 11, the Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway, traces some of the original path.
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