Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Archaic, Woodland, Eighteenth-Century and Rural dating back to 8999 BC.
Many famous people are associated with these Lexington County historic places including Ernest L. Hazelius, William J. Cayce, Boozer.Lemuel, Broadus Edwards, Berly William and Henry Adam Meetze.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Lexington County places including Charles C. Randolph, Columbia Mills Co., David J. Griffith, John Jacob Hite, Hugh Summers, Scruggs & Ewing, Samuel T. Lorick, Palmer-Spivey Co., A.C. Jones and McKendree Mitchell. Prominent architectural styles found in Lexington Country are Late Victorian, Classical Revival and Greek Revival.
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