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Artifacts on display at the Judicial Center from Archaeological excavations done by New South and Associates photo by Archaeological Research Collective Inc, via Flickr #southcarolina #archaeology #colonoware #history #travel #charleston
Rivers Bridge State Historic Site in Ehrhardt, SC, and Musgrove Mill State Historic Site in Clinton are battlefields in the state park system where fierce fights took place. The Confederate Cemetery at Rivers Bridge is shown here. #RevWar #CivilWar
Archaeology exhibit at City Hall, corner of Meeting and Broad, Charleston. The project was conducted by The Charleston Museum and our president Nicole Isenbarger included artifacts from this site in her masters thesis research of locally produced market pottery - photo by Archaeological Research Collective Inc, via Flickr. #southcarolina #charleston #archaeology #scarchaeology #history #colonoware
Outdoor exhibit with a portion of the original brick defensive wall that protected Charleston. This wall was recovered during archaeological excavations in 2008 - Wayside at Adger's Wharf, Charleston | Flickr #archaeology #southcarolina #history #scarchaeology #schistory
Charlestowne Landing State Historic Site, 1500 Old Towne Rd., Charleston. The location where the first English settlers landed in 1670. Check out the ongoing archaeology, interactive museum, self-guided history trail, interpretive rangers, a 17th century replica sailing ship, and much more. They also offer archaeology volunteer opportunities in both the field and lab. Open daily 9-5, closed Christmas Eve and Day.
Among the Nathaniel Russell house museum’s many iconic features are oval rooms, the dashing use of turquoise wall color and this elliptical spiral staircase. They also have artifacts on display from the archaeological research done there. #southcarolina #charleston #history #travel #archaeology
The Boy of the Waxhaws Statue by Anna Hyatt Huntington stands at Andrew Jackson State Park, the birthplace of the 7th President, Andrew Jackson.