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Greenville's Heritage - Judith T. Bainbridge About the author:Judith Bainbridge is a professor of English at Furman University. She earned her bachelor of arts degree from Mary Washington College and her MA and Ph.D. from the University of Iowa.First paragraph:History Happens Locally. Great men and tremendous events may shape a nation, but it is in places like Greenville, South Carolina, that their impact becomes understandable. This city in the Piedmont of South Carolina reflects and illuminates a part of America's past that has helped form its present and mould its future.Two things of particular note - KKK rulebook was known as the KloranThe Rowley Street cottage is a super illustration.