Mingo Creek Plantation is located in Georgetown County along the banks of Black Mingo Creek near to where it converges with the Black River. Mingo, or â€œMinkoâ€?, is from the Chickasaw word for Chief; the area was known as a special hunting ground and was a population center of the eastern Chickasaw Indians in Colonial times. In September of 1780 the Battle of Black Mingo took place near Mingo Creek Plantation when General Francis Marionâ€™s Patriots routed a Tory Force commanded by Captain J. Coming Ball. Mingo Creek Plantation includes the features you would expect from a diverse property -- Loblolly pine forest suitable for upland bird management, including bobwhite quail habitat and potential dove fields â€“and a rich bottomland fo
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