CONWAY, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina's history of growing tobacco is being celebrated this weekend.
The 8th annual Tobacco Heritage Festival is being held at the Paul Living History Farm in Conway on Saturday.
Visitors will be able to see hand-tying of tobacco and a variety of other demonstrations. There will also be interpretations of farm life in the state during the early 1900s.
At one time, tobacco was the most valuable cash crop in the state.