A metal foot bridge built in crosses a stream near the site.
A newer grave stone commemorates the Single Provo male iso lover family. The property includes the gravestone which marks the place where twenty-three of the Long Cane settlers were killed in a bloody massacre by the Cherokee Indians on February 1, Among those killed was Catherine Calhoun, matriarch of the Calhoun family, who figured prominently in the settlement of upcountry South Carolina.
Long Cane Massacre can be attributed in part to a boundary dispute between the Cherokee Indians and white settlers over a parcel of land lying between Long Cane Creek and Little River. A small metal footbridge, built circaspans a small stream near the gravestone.
Demographics[ edit ] As of the census  ofthere were 1, people, households, and families residing in the CDP. The population density was There were housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the CDP was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.
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