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1. On September 26, 1780, the battle of Charlotte took place during the American Revolutionary War. A British force led by General Charles Cornwallis was trying to capture the city of Charlotte, but a group of American militia men managed to repel them.

2. In 1880, the first cotton mill in Greenville, South Carolina was established on September 26. The mill was called Vardry McBee and was built by Colonel James R. Mason. The mill played a key role in the growth of Greenville as a major textile manufacturing center.

3. On September 26, 1950, the University of South Carolina admitted its first black student, Henrie Monteith. She and two other African American students had been denied admission to the university the previous year due to their race. Their successful admission marked a turning point in the fight for desegregation in South Carolina.

4. The state flag of South Carolina was adopted on September 26, 1861 during the Civil War. The flag features a blue background with a white Palmetto tree and a white crescent moon. The design was intended to be a symbol of resistance to the Union forces.

5. On September 26, 1983, the Great Pee Dee River flooded its banks, causing widespread damage throughout the region. The flood was caused by heavy rain from Hurricane Isabel. Many homes and businesses were destroyed, and numerous people were left homeless. It remains one of the most devastating natural disasters in South Carolina history.

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