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Walnut Grove Plantation – Roebuck, Spartanburg County, South Carolina SC #spartanburg #county #foundation, #walnut #grove


Walnut Grove Plantation Roebuck Spartanburg County

Basic Information

  • Location Tyger River, Roebuck, Ninety-Six District, Spartanburg County

Located off SC 215 at 1200 Otts Shoals Road

  • Origin of name Named for the walnut trees planted on the property by Kate Moore Barry

    Walnut Grove Plantation Chimney Lauren Fertig, 2010
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    • 1763 Earliest known date of existence

    Charles Moore received a grant for 550 acres along the Tyger River by King George III. He later received additional grants bringing his total acreage to about 3,000 (1 ).

  • 1765 Charles Moore built a house on the property.

    Charles and his wife Mary raised their ten children on the plantation.

  • 1767 Margaret Kathryn Moore (Kate). the first child of Charles and Mary Moore, married General Andrew Barry at the age of 15. During the Revolutionary War Kate helped her husband by spying on Tory troops, chasing them away from her home, and gathering men to help her husband fight. She was considered quite a heroine.

  • 1770 Charles Moore built a school building and operated the first school in Spartanburg County. Rocky Spring Academy was open until 1850.

  • 1961 The house, along with eight acres, was given to the Spartanburg County Foundation in a special trust with the Spartanburg County Historical Association as the sponsor for the trust. Up to this time, descendants of Charles and Mary Moore had owned the house and property (1 ).

    Walnut Grove Plantation House Outbuildings Lauren Fertig, 2010
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    • Number of acres 550 in 1763; 3,000; 8 in 1961


    Walnut Grove Plantation Kitchen Building Lauren Fertig, 2010
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    • Many of the outbuildings used in the 18th century still remain. These include kitchen, blacksmith shop, wheat house, barn, meat house (built in 1765), wellhouse with dry cellar, school, and doctor’s quarters.

    References Resources

  • Carolina W. Todd and Sidney Wait, South Carolina: A Day at a Time (Orangeburg, SC: Sandlapper Publishing Company, 2008)

  • Jane Ockershausen, The South Carolina One-Day Trip Book (McLean, VA: EPM Publications, 1998)

  • Information contributed by Victoria Edwards, a Moore family descendent.

    Contact Information

    • Walnut Grove Plantation
      1200 Otts Shoals Road
      Roebuck, SC 29376

    Cemetery at Walnut Grove Plantation Lauren Fertig, 2010
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    Well at Walnut Grove Plantation Lauren Fertig, 2010
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  • Teen Car Accidents #teen #car #accidents, #crash, #teenager, #auto #accident, #articles, #photo, #teenage, #male #driver,


    Teen Car Accidents. Teenage Car Crashes.
    Car Crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States and accidents while driving cause 36% of all deaths in this age group according to the Centers for Disease Control. Drive Safer!

    Teenage Driver Facts:
    Deaths. Each Year over 5,000 teens ages 16 to 20 Die due to Fatal injuries caused Car accidents. About 400,000 drivers age 16 to 20 will be seriously injured.

    Risks. The risk of being involved in a car accident the highest for drivers aged 16- to 19-year-olds than it is for any other age group. For each mile driven, teen drivers ages 16 to 19 are about four times more likely than other drivers to crash.

    Stats. Teenagers are about 10 percent of the US Population but account for 12 percent all Fatal Car Crashes.

    Costs. Drivers (both male and female) under age 24 account for 30% – $26 billion Dollars of the total costs of Car accidents in the US.

    Male Versus Female. The car accident death rate for teen male drivers and passengers is more than one and a half times female teen driver (19.4 killed per 100,000 male drivers compared with 11.1 killed per 100,000 female drivers.

    New Drivers. The risk of a Crash risk is much higher during the first year teenagers are able to drive.

    Two Teenagers Killed

    Warrensburg, Illinois

    Teen Speeding Road Rage Crash

    Atlanta, Georgia

    Teen Drinking Crash

    Minneapolis, MN

    Why are Teenager Drivers at More Risk? According to Studies: Teenager drivers tend to underestimate hazardous driving situations and are less able than older drivers to recognize dangerous situations.

    Teenager Drivers are more to speed and tailgate.

    Having Male teen passengers in the car has been shown to increase the likelihood of high risk driving behaviors among teenage male drivers.

    Of Male drivers killed between 15 and 20 years of age 38% were speeding and 24% had been drinking and driving .

    Teens have the lowest rate of seat belt use. According to surveys about 10% of high school students report they do not wear seat belts.

    Trailers Suck

    Teen Encounters one

    More Teen Accident Facts: About 23% of drivers ages 15 to 20 who died in car crashes had a Blood Alcohol Counts of 0.08 or higher.

    About 30% of teens reported that within the previous 30 days, they had been a passenger in a car with a driver who had been drinking alcohol. One in 10 teens said that they personally had driven after drinking alcohol.

    Teen drivers killed in auto crashes after drinking and driving. 74% did not wear a seat belt.

    More than half of teen deaths from car crashes occurred between 3 p.m. and midnight and 54% occurred on weekends: Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

    16 Year Old Shattered Knee Cap


    Junior Operator License

    Utica, NY

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    Pacific Heights, California

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    The Skin (Human Anatomy): Picture, Definition, Function, and Skin Conditions #skin, #skin #anatomy, #human #anatomy,


    Picture of the Skin

    The skin is the largest organ of the body, with a total area of about 20 square feet. The skin protects us from microbes and the elements, helps regulate body temperature, and permits the sensations of touch, heat, and cold.

    Skin has three layers:

    • The epidermis, the outermost layer of skin, provides a waterproof barrier and creates our skin tone.
    • The dermis, beneath the epidermis, contains tough connective tissue, hair follicles, and sweat glands.
    • The deeper subcutaneous tissue (hypodermis) is made of fat and connective tissue.

    The skin’s color is created by special cells called melanocytes, which produce the pigment melanin. Melanocytes are located in the epidermis.

    Skin Conditions

    • Rash. Nearly any change in the skin’s appearance can be called a rash. Most rashes are from simple skin irritation; others result from medical conditions.
    • Dermatitis. A general term for inflammation of the skin. Atopic dermatitis (a type of eczema) is the most common form.
    • Eczema. Skin inflammation (dermatitis) causing an itchy rash. Most often, it’s due to an overactive immune system.
    • Psoriasis. An autoimmune condition that can cause a variety of skin rashes. Silver, scaly plaques on the skin are the most common form.
    • Dandruff. A scaly condition of the scalp may be caused by seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, or eczema.
    • Acne. The most common skin condition, acne affects over 85% of people at some time in life.
    • Cellulitis. Inflammation of the dermis and subcutaneous tissues, usually due to an infection. A red, warm, often painful skin rash generally results.
    • Skin abscess (boil or furuncle): A localized skin infection creates a collection of pus under the skin. Some abscesses must be opened and drained by a doctor in order to be cured.
    • Rosacea. A chronic skin condition causing a red rash on the face. Rosacea may look like acne, and is poorly understood.
    • Warts. A virus infects the skin and causes the skin to grow excessively, creating a wart. Warts may be treated at home with chemicals, duct tape, or freezing, or removed by a physician.
    • Melanoma. The most dangerous type of skin cancer, melanoma results from sun damage and other causes. A skin biopsy can identify melanoma.
    • Basal cell carcinoma. The most common type of skin cancer. Basal cell carcinoma is less dangerous than melanoma because it grows and spreads more slowly.
    • Seborrheic keratosis. A benign, often itchy growth that appears like a “stuck-on” wart. Seborrheic keratoses may be removed by a physician, if bothersome.
    • Actinic keratosis. A crusty or scaly bump that forms on sun-exposed skin. Actinic keratoses can sometimes progress to cancer.
    • Squamous cell carcinoma. A common form of skin cancer, squamous cell carcinoma may begin as an ulcer that won’t heal, or an abnormal growth. It usually develops in sun-exposed areas.
    • Herpes. The herpes viruses HSV-1 and HSV-2 can cause periodic blisters or skin irritation around the lips or the genitals.
    • Hives. Raised, red, itchy patches on the skin that arise suddenly. Hives usually result from an allergic reaction.
    • Tinea versicolor. A benign fungal skin infection creates pale areas of low pigmentation on the skin.
    • Viral exantham. Many viral infections can cause a red rash affecting large areas of the skin. This is especially common in children.
    • Shingles (herpes zoster): Caused by the chickenpox virus, shingles is a painful rash on one side of the body. A new adult vaccine can prevent shingles in most people.
    • Scabies. Tiny mites that burrow into the skin cause scabies. An intensely itchy rash in the webs of fingers, wrists, elbows, and buttocks is typical of scabies.
    • Ringworm. A fungal skin infection (also called tinea). The characteristic rings it creates are not due to worms.


    Skin Tests

    • Skin biopsy. A piece of skin is removed and examined under a microscope to identify a skin condition.
    • Skin testing (allergy testing): Extracts of common substances (such as pollen) are applied to the skin, and any allergic reactions are observed.
    • Tuberculosis skin test (purified protein derivative or PPD): Proteins from the tuberculosis (TB) bacteria are injected under the skin. In someone who’s had TB, the skin becomes firm.

    Skin Treatments

    • Corticosteroids (steroids): Medicines that reduce immune system activity may improve dermatitis. Topical steroids are most often used.
    • Antibiotics. Medicines that can kill the bacteria causing cellulitis and other skin infections.
    • Antiviral drugs. Medicines can suppress the activity of the herpes virus, reducing symptoms.
    • Antifungal drugs. Topical creams can cure most fungal skin infections. Occasionally, oral medicines may be needed.
    • Antihistamines. Oral or topical medicines can block histamine, a substance that causes itching.
    • Skin surgery. Most skin cancers must be removed by surgery.
    • Immune modulators. Various drugs can modify the activity of the immune system, improving psoriasis or other forms of dermatitis.
    • Skin moisturizers (emollients): Dry skin is more likely to become irritated and itchy. Moisturizers can reduce symptoms of many skin conditions.

    WebMD Image Collection Reviewed by Varnada Karriem-Norwood, MD on November 16, 2014


    Dermatology.about.com: “Skin Anatomy,” “Skin Diseases.”

    MedicineNet: “Boils (Skin Abscesses).”

    American Osteopathic College of Dermatology: “Actinic Keratosis.”

    EMedicine: “Skin Cancer: Sqamous Cell Carcinoma.”

    FamilyDoctor.org: Seborrheic Dermatitis: What It Is and How to Treat It.”

    MedicineNet: “Tuberculosis Skin Test (PPD Skin Test).”

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