by Reverend Daniel, Captain James Francis and his sons, Allan and Henry, created a trading post with the Cherokee in 1750 in the area of today’s town of Ninety Six, located in Greenwood County, South Carolina. Beginning from the parking area for the Stumphouse Tunnel, this 15-minute hike to Issaqueena Falls is an easy excursion for even the beginning hiker, and it’s rich in lore and history. This legend takes place during the very real Anglo-Cherokee War that occurred in the Carolinas and Tennessee from 1758-1761. This home was built in 1949 and last sold on 6/12/2019 for $119,600. information on the history, background, and upkeep of the trails The signs giving the area's history history about the falls and the native peoples were super informative. The sq. Both the fort and the Cherokee town of Keowee are now submerged under man-made lakes. It wasn’t until 1951 that Clemson purchased the tunnel and used it to develop the South’s very first blue cheese. They were pursued, however, and were split up when Allan was able to hide at the bottom of the falls, where he waited with his canoe. Allan, one of the Captain’s sons, fell in love with a beautiful Choctaw slave named Cateechee. We found information on properties located on Issaqueena Trail in Central, South Carolina. First Ignition: Cooking materials, including edible materials. Finally, Cateechee and Allan (with their new baby) made their escape and attempted to head west towards the mountains. Just past the viewing platform you can take a very steep trail to the base of the falls, which I HIGHLY RECOMMEND for the best pics, but not for small children. GCMBC. that she lived with the Cherokees but may have been a slave or an adopted daughter. From the deep, dark railroad tunnel to the gorgeous 200′ waterfall – adventure is everywhere you turn. The Stumphouse Tunnel is the result of many failed attempts to connect a simpler railroad route  from Charleston, South Carolina, to the nation’s interior through the formidable Stumphouse Mountain. Whether you think so or not, check out this very short walk to Issaqueena Falls, one of South Carolina's best waterfalls. The Blue Ridge Railroad hiking trail head is located at the top of Issaqueena Falls parking lot and is 2.5 miles of easy-to-moderate hiking through the forest with amazing views of the upstate. Now, I hope you enjoy the Legend of Issaqueena. . Captain Francis sent a message to local leaders that a Cherokee woman had warned them in advance of the attack. A short easy walking trail leads from Stumphouse Mountain Park to Issaqueena Falls, a beautiful 200-ft. cascade. Daniels that was published in 1898. 530 Issaqueena Trl , Clemson, SC 29631-2108 is currently not for sale. Greater Clemson Issaqueena Lake Road is the main road through the forest. Issaqueena (pronounced “izzaqueena”) is one of South Carolina ‘s most popular waterfalls due to both its breathtaking 100-foot cascade and the interesting legend which surrounds it. single family home built in 1949 that sold on 06/13/2019. Other versions of the story introduced Issaqueena’s lover as a silversmith named David Francis, who took shelter with Issaqueena in a hollow tree near the present-day Stumphouse Mountain to escape the Cherokee after her “betrayal.” After leaping off of the falls, Issaqueena and David relocated together to Alabama. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Be prepared with bug spray as some of the trail is a little overgrown and spiders and ticks are prevalent. Reverend Daniel’s popular legend of Cateechee/Issaqueena is considered to be just that—a work of fiction. (Opens in a new window). Required fields are marked *, Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. landscape. View more property details, sales history and Zestimate data on Zillow. This 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom Land is located at 613 Issaqueena Trl Central, SC 29630. Stumphouse Tunnel and Issaqueena Falls are located about 7 miles Northwest of Walhalla on Highway 28. So it appears that the legend may have just been a great story based upon the fact that a Cherokee woman had warned the residents of the Ninety Six fort of an impending attack. The most popular trail in this area, it is mostly single track that is relatively flat and fairly fast, although it does offer one challenge, a rideable rock slab near the lake. There are many views of Hartwell Lake along this trail too. Issaqueena’s tribesmen, still seeking revenge for their spoiled attack plan, finally track … Along the 96 mile journey, she named the creeks and landmarks that crossed her path—Mile Creek, Six Mile Creek, Twelve Mile River, Eighteen Mile Creek, Three and Twenty Creek, Six and Twenty Creek, and then finally—the post at Ninety Six.

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