|Title||Snee Farm (Mt. Pleasant, SC)|
|Scope & Content||
The home of U.S. Constitution signer Charles Pinckney. Local preservationists quickly saved the property by purchasing and then holding it until the National Park Service could assume responsibility for it. The farm opened as the Charles Pickney National Historic Site on May 5, 1995. (Source: Nat'l Trust website)
Two cartons and one document box containing files of documents related to Snee Farm (Charles Pinckney National Historic Site). Files are in alphabetical order by general topic/subject within each box. See Container List for file contents.
Charles Pinckney National Historic Site (Mount Pleasant, S.C.)
Snee Farm Plantation (Charleston County, S.C.)
File carton #1 contains 20 files.
File carton #2 contains 20 files and one notebook.
Document Box contains 11 files.
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|Object ID #||SNEEFARM.001A-C|
Archaeological Reports (3 files)
Archaeological Investigation (2 files)
Buckhurst Fish Hutton Katz
Cultural Resource Survey
Curatorial Historical Resousrce Study
DeMint Marketing Group
Documentary of Sale
Elevations, Details, Etc.
FSU Intrasite Spatial Pattering
Friends of Historic Snee Farm
General Management Plan (2 files)
Historic Site Schematic Exhibit Plans
In the Year of the Bicentennial...An Opportunity
National Park System
National Park System (NPS) Cultural Landscape Report
National Park System (NPS) Evaluation
Newspaper/Media Articles (2 files)
Resumes of Architects (2 files)
Research (Charles Pinckney) (3 files)
Slave Community Artifacts
State Fundraiser List
Thomas Stone National Historic Site
Title of Real Estate (1986)