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History and Heritage in Adams Run, SC

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St. Paul's, Stono St. Paul’s Parish, one of the ten original parishes of colonial S.C., was created by the Church Act... hmdb.org

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Journey from past to present and heritage to habitat. Caw Caw is rich in natural, cultural, and historical r... charlestoncvb.com

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Old Jacksonborough

Jacksonboro, SC

Founded about 1735 on lands granted John Jackson in 1701; county seat of Colleton District from 1799 to 1822. Provisi... hmdb.org

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Martyr Of The Revolution When Loyalists soldiers attacked the camp of Col. Isaac Hayne's S.C. malitia about 5 mi. W o... hmdb.org

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Isaac Hayne tried to spend the rest of the Revolutionary War in peace after the British captured Charleston in 1780. ... hmdb.org

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Colonel Issac Hayne

Jacksonboro, SC

As a grateful and reverential tribute to A noble martyr in behalf of liberty The State Of South Carolina Has erected ... hmdb.org

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Pon Pon Chapel

Jacksonboro, SC

Here on the old stage coach road connecting Charleston to Savannah, the Anglican Pon Pon Chapel of Ease served the Ja... hmdb.org

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In 1802, on his rice plantation in nearby Rantowles, John Champneys hybridized the first rose in America. "Champneys'... hmdb.org

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Plainsfield Plantation

Wadmalaw Island, SC

(Front text) Plainsfield Plantation, on this site, and Pawletts Plantation, nearby, were established ca. 1690 by Jose... hmdb.org

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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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Founded in 1676, Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is one of the oldest public tourist sites in the Lowcountry, and public gard...

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Drayton Hall

Charleston, SC

Drayton Hall is different. It's the real thing, and we are bound by our mission to preserve the property; that ... museumsusa.org

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

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Old Dorchester

Summerville, SC

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

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Battery Reed

Charleston, SC

Here stood Battery Reed commanded by Lt. Col. Ellison Capers, June 16, 1862. hmdb.org

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(Front text) Federal Expedition on John's Island The Battle of Burden’s Causeway was the climax of a Federal expediti... hmdb.org

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St. Andrew’s Parish Church

North Charleston, SC

Built in part in 1706, the year the Church of England was established here by law. Enlarged 1723. Burned out and re-b... hmdb.org

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Royal Judge John Drayton

North Charleston, SC

Born at Magnolia Plantation in 1713, but failing to inherit Magnolia, he purchased an adjoining tract and built Drayt... hmdb.org

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