Denmark, Bamberg County, South Carolina, came into being as a railroading village of the earlier name of Graham's Turnout. An early pioneer planter by the name of Zachary "Big Zack" Graham was asked by the South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company to allow the new railroading company, which began in 1830,to use some of his vast acreage in the area, which was back then the Barnwell District (which after the War Between the States became today's Bamberg County)for the use of his railroad's tracks. The South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company had plans to lay their tracks from the eastern most terminal at Charleston, S. C., and to continue to the western most terminal at Hamburg, S. C. on the eastern banks of the Savannah River opposite Augusta, Georgia.
The median income for a household in the city was $17,578, and the median income for a family was $22,346.
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