Leizanna Hart, 105, spent most of her life in Liberty Hill and has seen more than a century of history.
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The oral history project will document the experiences of students who lived through segregation on James Island from 1953 to 1969.
Through their book, "South Carolina's Turkish People," two researchers have unraveled more than 200 years of a unique family's history.
The Underground Railroad took many forms; water-based travel to Florida was just one.
Officially incorporated in 1889, Lincolnville quickly became a place where recently enslaved families flocked during Reconstruction. During these early years, community leaders built a one-room jail, established a small school and built more churches. On Jan. 5, the town will unveil its official South Carolina historical marker.
October is the time for ghost stories. And Charleston has plenty to tell.
The Historic Charleston Foundation will document the history of Mosquito Beach using the stories, photographs, documents and memorabilia of those who remember it.
While the first edition of "The Huguenot Church in Charleston" highlights its national influence between 1687 and the 1800s, the much-anticipated second publication picks up in the 20th Century with nearly 50 more pages highlighting prominent Huguenots who had local and national influence.
A year after the Emmy award-winning PBS show “This Old House” chronicled the renovations of their historic houses, two Charleston families are…
Tips from Mark Regalbuto, a Charleston builder and the owner of Renew Urban Charleston.