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The Buck?s Upper Mill Farm is a historic site in the community of Bucksville, South Carolina. It is a residential home and estate built around 1838 for Henry Buck, which is the reason why it is also known as the Henry Buck House. The building served primarily as a commissary for Buck?s lumber business.

Henry Buck is best known for his great contribution in the community of Bucksville. He was a pioneer in the lumber industry in the county who was also a farmer and large land owner. He owned thousands of acres of land in Horry County, as well as numerous saw mills, allowing him to contribute largely to the area?s economy. He also served as a political and religious figure in the locale.
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