The Kate Shepard House

Living room with cream upholstered loveseat, wicker rocking chair, antique lamp, built in wooden bookcases, light brown brick fireplace with antique wooden mantel, and fluffy brown dog

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Our History

On display in the library of The Kate Shepard House are family artifacts dating back as far as the early 1800s. Kate’s maternal grandmother’s family, The McRaes from Mississippi, passed on to this Shepard family a large collection of their letters, receipts, land deeds and miscellaneous important papers. Left in the attic with Shepard family items, these hugely historical papers have proved to be a link to important history concerning the Civil War. The Confederate Relic Room in Columbia, South Carolina now has a portion of their museum dedicated to “The McRae Papers,” the collection of rare Civil War documents found in the attic of The Kate Shepard House.

Learn about the humble beginnings of the Shepard family and this home to present day and the amazing story of finding rare papers in the attic. If you like history, you will love The Kate Shepard House.

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