History

Title Issue
What Once Was Lost...Has Now Been Found

What Once Was Lost...Has Now Been Found

More than 50 years after it was written, South Carolina author Gamel Woolsey’s second novel was discovered, bringing her other works and fascinating story out of obscurity.

Spring 2016
The Battle of Aiken

The Battle of Aiken

One of the few bright spots in the Confederate defense of South Carolina, the battle is commemorated each year with a three-day encampment.

Winter 2015
A Legacy of Strong Women

A Legacy of Strong Women

The Pickens-Salley House on USC Aiken’s campus was home to some of the most interesting and influential women in South Carolina history.

Fall 2015
Redcliffe Plantation

Redcliffe Plantation

Spring 2015
Hoof-Pounding History

Hoof-Pounding History

The Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame immortalizes the city’s champion horses and honors the men and women who’ve influenced their destiny.

Fall 2014
A Pretty Special Golf Club

A Pretty Special Golf Club

Before there was the Augusta National, the Palmetto Golf Club hosted both the greats of golf and the giants of industry.

Spring 2014
To Run With the Wind

To Run With the Wind

For more than 70 years, racehorses and their owners have arrived each season like clockwork to winter-over and train at the historic Aiken Training Track.

Fall 2013
A Touch of Class

A Touch of Class

Celebrating its 100th year, the Aiken Golf Club is a gem of a course in the heart of Aiken that is still reminiscent of its fabled past.

Fall 2012