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Santee Indian Mound
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This is an interesting place. It is sacred gound to Native Americans which the Brits placed a fort on top of during the American Revolution War and was taken in 1781 by General Francis Marion, also known as the Swamp Fox and Light Horse Harry Lee from the the Brits.

Copyright: Scott harper
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Tags: south carolina; fort watson; lake marion; indian mound
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