Regional North America United States South Carolina Localities C Charleston Society and Culture History
This category is for sites about local history and historical organizations, groups, activities, and resources.
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Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture
Located on the site of the former Avery Normal Institute. Founded in 1865, the Avery Normal Institute was a nationally-recognized African-American educational institution that trained young adults in professional careers and leaderships roles for nearly 100 years.
History of the exposition held in 1901-1902 to highlight state industry and its potential trade with the West Indies.
Charleston Heritage Federation
Society committed to the historic preservation of colonial plantations, museums, art and architecture; includes details on members, tours, and maps.
The history and development of Charleston, South Carolina, shown through original and antique maps. Also features books, and information about local sights and businesses.
Charleston Slave Badges
Preview of and supplement to the book, Slave Badges and the Slave-Hire System in Charleston, 1783-1865.
Fort Sumter National Monument
Brief history of the site where the first engagement of the Civil War took place on April 12 and 13, 1861.
Historic Charleston Foundation
Information on a range of historic and preservation issues.
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