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Unitarian Church in Charleston, South Carolina.  Originally built in 1772, the style is referred to as English Perpendicular Gothic Revival.    In 1886 an earthquake struck and demolished the church's top tower. The new tower was built to ensure that stability to the building was maintained.  The church was challenged again when Hurricane Hugo hit. The roof was lost, but repairs used  the specifications from over 100 years prior.  In 1973 the church was declared a National Historic Landmark.

Unitarian Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Originally built in 1772, the style is referred to as English Perpendicular Gothic Revival. In 1886 an earthquake struck and demolished the church's top tower. The new tower was built to ensure that stability to the building was maintained. The church was challenged again when Hurricane Hugo hit. The roof was lost, but repairs used the specifications from over 100 years prior. In 1973 the church was declared a National Historic Landmark.

Swan Lake sunset, Greenville, South Carolina. Can't believe I was lucky enough to go to undergrad here!

Swan Lake sunset, Greenville, South Carolina. Can't believe I was lucky enough to go to undergrad here!

Folly Beach, SC ~ I spent many summers here with at my grandmothers. crabbing on the beach, pure heaven.

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Folly Beach, SC ~ I spent many summers here with at my grandmothers. crabbing on the beach, pure heaven.

Angel Oak, Johns Island : 300 year old live Oak. 1700 sf of shade! It's survived the American Revolution, the Civil War, 1886 Earthquake & Hurricane Hugo. Good Southern Fortitude.... I want to picnic here!

A big, old South Carolinian tree

Angel Oak, Johns Island : 300 year old live Oak. 1700 sf of shade! It's survived the American Revolution, the Civil War, 1886 Earthquake & Hurricane Hugo. Good Southern Fortitude.... I want to picnic here!

Hurricane Hugo | South Carolina Room

Hurricane Hugo

Hurricane Hugo | South Carolina Room

Digital Collection of papers from the Cox and Chestnut families 1792-1858. Many of the letters are to Mary Cox Chestnut of Camden, SC who owned and operated Mulberry Plantation near Camden and mother-in-law of famed Civil War diarist Mary Boykin Miller Chestnut. #southcarolina #history

Digital Collection of papers from the Cox and Chestnut families 1792-1858. Many of the letters are to Mary Cox Chestnut of Camden, SC who owned and operated Mulberry Plantation near Camden and mother-in-law of famed Civil War diarist Mary Boykin Miller Chestnut. #southcarolina #history

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