by Lacey Eibert Keigley | January 11, 2016

Paris Mountain and the ‘Scoundrel’ Who Named It

You may wonder why a mountain called Paris Mountain casts its shadow on the small town of Travelers Rest in South Carolina. Wouldn’t a mountain like that belong, instead, somewhere in

by Celeste Hawkins | August 10, 2015

How a Forgotten Factory in Travelers Rest Helped Dress Troops during WWII

During World War II, the U.S. alone produced more than 300,000 aircraft; 12 million rifles; and 35 billion yards of cotton textiles for military use. Can you believe that some