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Historic Sites in Summerville, SC

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Middleton Place

Charleston, SC

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Middleton Place is a national historic landmark and a carefully preserved 18th-century plantation that has survived revolutio...


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The Ashley River served as an early highway between Dorchester and Charles Towne. It provided planters easy access to...


Old Dorchester

Summerville, SC

Laid out in 1697 as a market town for the Congregationalist colony from Dorchester, Mass., the village contained 116 ...


St. James, Goose Creek

Goose Creek, SC

Marker Front: St. James, Goose Creek was one of the first Anglican parishes in the lowcountry, created by the Church ...


(Front text) Broom Hall Plantation, later called Bloom Hall and still later Bloomfield, was first granted to Edward M...


Marker Front: In April 1715 Yamasee warriors killed government agents and traders who had come to meet with them at P...


Springfield Plantation

Goose Creek, SC

Marker Front: Springfield Plantation, an inland rice plantation, was established here by Paul Mazyck (d. 1749), a pla...


Berkeley County

Summerville, SC

This county was designated a court and land conveyance district in 1682, and an election district in 1683. It was nam...


Ralph Izard inherited The Elms after his father's death in 1749. During the Revolution he provided financial support ...


(Text front) This church was established in 1696 by settlers from Dorchester, Mass., for which the town of Dorchester...


The Old Town Hall

Summerville, SC

(Front text) The Old Town Hall, built ca. 1860, is the oldest public building in Summerville. Rev. Robert I. Limehous...


French Huguenot Plantation Abraham Fleury, sometimes called Abraham Fleury Sieur De La Plaine, settled here about 168...


Boochawee Hall

Goose Creek, SC

Marker Front: Boochawee Hall, created in 1683 by a 2,400-acre grant, was owned by two colonial governors, father and ...


Marker Front: St. James, Goose Creek Chapel of Ease One of two chapels of ease for St. James, Goose Creek Parish stoo...


Button Hall

Goose Creek, SC

Marker Front: This plantation was once part of Boochawee Hall, owned by Governor James Moore (d. 1706). Moore left 61...


Newington Plantation

Summerville, SC

Newington Plantation was established on this site in the 1680s after Daniel Axtell recieved a royal grant of 300 acre...


Centex Homes

Goose Creek, SC

Marker Front: This inland rice plantation has its origins in a 1683 grant. In 1726 Nathaniel Moore and his wife sold ...


Crowfield Plantation

Goose Creek, SC

(Front text) Crowfield Plantation, on the headwaters of Goose Creek, was originally granted to John Berringer in 1701...


Casey (Caice)

Goose Creek, SC

Marker Front: This African-American community grew up around a Methodist church founded during Reconstruction by a fr...


Early Indian Trading Paths One of the earliest major trading paths in the Carolina colony, dating from the first deca...

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