Wooden cut out a tribute to Cayce’s Revolutionary War past

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Wooden cut out of Revolutionary era horseman on at State Street at Lyles, in Cayce.

Ever wonder about the significance of the wooden cutout of a man on a horse on State Street in Cayce, at Lyles Street. Below is the inscription explaining the reason the figure was placed there by The River Alliance.
During the Revolutionary War the Congaree River provided a line of supply from Charleston to sustain the British and Loyalist soldiers at For Granby.
This figure represents a Continental Cavalryman on his way down the old State Road to capture the fort in 1781 – The River Alliance.

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