Nic Butler’s Charleston Time Machine

About Charleston Time Machine

The Charleston Time Machine is an imaginary time-travel device created by historian Dr. Nic Butler. It uses stories and facts from the rich, deep, colorful history of Charleston, South Carolina, as a means to educate, inspire, amuse, and even amaze the minds of our community. By exploring the stories of our shared past, we can better understand our present world and plan more effectively for the future.
From the Archives

This is the first year of the third century of service to the Charleston area, the state and the nation of the Charleston Museum, the nation's…

The colony planted at Charles Towne Landing in 1670 was a long time in the making and the painstaking planning that went into it bad much to d…

From the North Carolina South Carolina line at Little River to the Georgia-South Carolina boundary at Savannah, Ga., sightseers are periodical…

The first production of "Porgy and Bess" ever presented in Charleston, the setting of the internationally ­acclaimed play - is excited to be a…

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