|South Carolina Department of Archives and History|
|National Register Properties in South Carolina
Little Mountain Historic District, Newberry County (Little Mountain)
|1036 Main St.||1010 Main St.|| Matthews House
984 Main St.
| Brady House
585 Church St.
| Holy Trinity
531 Church St.
357 Church St.
|329 Church St.||289 Church St.|| Miller House
832 Mountain St.
| Bennett Miller
| James H.
810 Main St.
| J. M. and J. C.
824 Main St.
| Andrew Miller
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The Little Mountain Historic District is significant as an intact collection of homes, businesses, and other institutional properties constructed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. A majority of these properties were constructed after the establishment of the Columbia, Newberry, and Laurens Railroad through Little Mountain in 1890 and reflect the Gothic Revival, Neo-Classical, Colonial Revival, Victorian or Queen Anne, and Bungalow styles that were popular during that time period. The district is a collection of sixty-four industrial, religious, and residential properties within the municipal limits of Little Mountain. Fifty buildings and two structures contribute to the character of the historic district, while twelve buildings are non-contributing. The contributing properties illustrate the growth and development of a late nineteenth century railroad town between ca. 1890 and 1950 and are representative of the types of buildings constructed in railroad towns across South Carolina during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Listed in the National Register April 18, 2003.
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