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76 South Carolina National Historic Landmarks


Atalaya and Brookgreen Gardens (Murrells Inlet)- 10/26/1994
Encompasses two formerly-united properties associated with sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington - Atalaya Castle and the sculpture garden of Brookgreen Gardens.
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Charleston Historic District (Charleston) - 10/27/1994
The historic district contains primarily residential buildings in addition to commercial, ecclesiastical, and government-related buildings.
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Nathaniel Russell House (Charleston) - 10/27/1994
The Rhode Island merchant spent $80,000 on this 1809 Adamesque building, considered one of America's most important Neoclassical houses.
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Ninety-Six and Star Fort - 5/18/2003
A Loyalist stronghold early in the Revolution and fortified by the British in 1780, the site of a siege against the 550 Loyalists in the village, centered on an earthen fortification known as Star Fort.
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Penn School Historic District - 4/10/2009
Founded in 1862, it was the first school in the Southern U.S. founded specifically for the education of African-Americans.
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Snee Farm (Mount Pleasant) - 5/17/2003
The plantation home of a principal author and a signer of the U.S. Constitution.
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South Carolina State House (Columbia) - 4/10/2009
The building in the Greek Revival style houses the General Assembly and the offices of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor.
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