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Has Been Designated aRegistered NationalHistoric Landmark Under the Provisions of theHistoric Sites Act of August 21, 1935This Site Possesses Exceptional Valuein Commemorating or Illustratingthe History of the United States U.S. Department…
This two-and-a-half story Charleston Single House is thought to be built by Frederick Wolfe after the fire of 1796, which destroyed much of the State Street area between Broad and Queen Streets. The house was moved back on its original lot at 21 S…
Elisha Poinsett————Builder His descendant,Joel Roberts Poinsettone time Ambassadorto Mexico, introducedthe Poinsettiato the United States
The builder of this tenement,William Mills, was born inDundee, Scotland, and becamea prosperous tailor and planterin Charleston. He was thefather of Robert Mills, pupilof Thomas Jefferson andAmerica's first nativeprofessionally trainedarchitect.Th…
South Carolina voted to ratify the Federal Constitution in this building on May 23, 1788. Among the 100 members of the Convention on Ratification were Charles Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, and John Rutledge, three of the four South Caroli…
In Memory ofLee Cohen Harby1849 - 1918Who by Her Patriotic andUntiring Efforts Secured This Building forThe Daughters of the American Revolutionof South CarolinaAs a Gift from the United States GovernmentMay 9, 1917———
Handsome Georgian style house built by a prosperous Huguenot merchant. An outstanding example of an early Charleston single house well adapted to the narrow lot purchased in 1752. In 1816 an adjacent house was demolished to provide space for the w…
[Upper Marker]:DuringHis Visitto CharlestonMay 1791the Guest of the CitizensPresidentGeorge WashingtonWas Entertained in This House————— · —————This Memorial Erected by a Daughtero…
The National Registerof Historic Places83-85 Church StreetCharleston Old andHistoric DistrictSouth CarolinaDepartment of ArchivesAnd History
Captain Francis W. Saltus, Sr., a Charleston ship owner and cotton factor built this two and one half story Federal style single house. The frame structure rests on a raised basement and features a closed return box cornice and a gable roof with a…
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