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Architects of Charleston - Ravenel, Beatrice St. Julien, 1904-1990

Much has been written about the architecture of Charleston but the architects who brought it about have been largely neglected. This book commemorates those architects who in a literal sense "made the town." Includes chapters on, among others, Peter and John Adam Horlbeck; Ezra White; Gabriel Manigault; Edward Magrath and Joseph Nicholson; William Drayton; James Hoban; Thomas Bennett; John Christina Senf; James and John Gordon; Hugh Smith; Willi ...

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Ashley River Special Area Management Plan - South Carolina Coastal Council

A planning guide for development along South Carolina's historic Ashley River.

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A Structural Evaluation of the Old City Jail, Charleston South Carolina - Cummings & McCrady

Commissioned by Donald J. Cameron, Executive Director, Housing Authority of Charleston, to determine the ability of the Old City Jail to be used for controlled storage, offices, and meetings. In Property File for 21 Magazine Street.

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Benevolence Among Slaveholders: Assisting the Poor in Charleston, 1670-1860 - Bellows, Barbara L.

This book focuses on the evolution of public assistance programs for the poor in Charleston. It shows how the presence of a white laboring class influenced poor relief and introduced the politics of class into Charleston, thus proposing that another social order existed alongside slavery.

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Beesley's Illustrated Guide to St. Michael's Church - Beesley, Charles N. (Charles Norbury)

Photographs and descriptions of St. Michael's Church.

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Broke by the War: Letters of a Slave Trader - Drago, Edmund L.

Chiefly correspondence from Carolina slave trader A.J. McElveen to his employer Ziba B. Oakes. Provides a look into the world of slave trading and its impact on both the slaves themselves and the participants.

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Calhoun Street Corridor Study Urban Design Plan - Buckhurst, Fish, Hutton, Katz (Firm)

The results of an urban design study of the Calhoun Street Corridor, the east-west arterial through the peninsula also including portions adjacent to East Bay Street.

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