Below are the newspapers that have been published in the vicinity of Beards Crossroads.
Our newspaper information for Beards Crossroads is based on data taken from the Chronicling America website. For more information, please see our description of the Chronicling America website.
We don't know of any newspapers that were published in the immediate area of Beards Crossroads. That said, we do have a list of papers that were published in the broader area surrounding Beards Crossroads. Our list contains 55 papers that were published within 19 miles [30.6 km]<1> of Beards Crossroads.
Newspapers Neighboring Beards Crossroads ...
The following newspapers were published within 19 miles [30.6 km] of Beards Crossroads.
The papers have been grouped by the community in which they were published, with the communities listed in order of their distance from Beards Crossroads.
- Published In Olanta [Florence County] ...
- The Olanta Observer (from 1915)
- Published In Manning [Clarendon County] ...
- Clarendon Banner (from 1859)
- Clarendon Citizen (from 2010)
- The Clarendon Chronicle (from 1973)
- The Clarendon Enterprise (from 1881)
- The Clarendon Press (from 1867)
- The Clarendon Recorder (from 1865)
- The Herald (from 1913)
- The Manning Times (from 1884)
- The Manning Times (from 1884)
- Published In Lake City [Florence County] ...
- Lake City News And Post (from 1972)
- Lake City News (from 1910)
- The Dewey Eagle (from 1898)
- The Lake City Post (from 1968)
- The Rutledge County News (from 1908)
- The Times-Herald (from 1949)
- Published In Kingstree [Williamsburg County] ...
- The County Record (from 1885)
- The News (from 1973)
- The Weekly Mail (from 1901)
- The Williamsburg Republican (from 1873)
- Williamsburg Herald (from 1881)
- Williamsburg Herald (from 1916)
- Continue List (3 more) ...
- Published In Scranton [Florence County] ...
- Scranton News (from 1900)
- Published In Sumter [Sumter County] ...
- Evening News (from 1895)
- Evening News (from 1904)
- Semi-Weekly Watchman (from 1863)
- The Banner Of Freedom (from 1865)
- The Defender (from 1903)
- The Freeman (from 1891)
- The Item (from 1987)
- Years of publication: 1987 to current
- Locate a copy thru WorldCat: OCLC 29435081
- Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
- Catalog Card for The Item
- Holdings for: LCCN SN93067969
- The Peoples Informer (from 1936)
- The Recon Record (from 1957)
- The Samaritan Herald And The Voice Of Job (from 1942)
- The Samaritan Herald (from 1909)
- The Spirit Of The Times (from 1881)
- The Sumter Advance (from 1881)
- The Sumter Banner (from 1846)
- The Sumter Daily Item (from 1894)
- The Sumter Dispatch (from 1860)
- The Sumter Herald (from 1892)
- The Sumter News (from 1967)
- The Sumter News (from 1866)
- The True Southron (from 1873)
- The Watchman And Southron (from 1881)
- Tri-Weekly Watchman (from 1860)
- Published In Timmonsville [Florence County] ...
- Florence County Journal (from 1925)
- The Advertiser (from 1934)
- The Farmers' Friend (from 1887)
- The Timmonsville Enterprise (from 1895)
- The Timmonsville News (from 1964)
- The Timmonsville News (from 1925)
- The Timmonsville News (from 1875)
- The Timmonsville Times (from 1946)
- The Watchman And Defender (from 1920)
- Timmonsville News-Argus (from 1937)
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|<1>||Our distances are not driving distances, but are calculated as a 'straight-line' distance. A straight line distance ignores things like rivers, canyons, lakes, et cetera - it's truly a line drawn from Point A (ie- Beards Crossroads) to Point B.Our distance measurements begin at a specific point in Beards Crossroads. The point we use is located at these GPS coordinates - Latitude: 33.8616, Longitude: -80.0404 In this case, the coordinates for Beards Crossroads have been provided by the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).|