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When The Post and Courier published a story about a standardized flag design that historians had chosen after months of deliberation, people...kind of hated it.
A prime asset on the Wando River was the ferry. The Hobcaw Ferry came under the ownership of Captain Clement Lempriere. One of our country’s first naval heroes, who is somewhat overlooked in South Carolina history.
The reach of South Carolina's Reconstruction Era National Historical Park, a collection of historic sites based in Beaufort, just got a little broader.
On the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, here are a few suffragists who led the charge in South Carolina.
Just over a century ago, McMaster's great-uncle oversaw the Columbia chapter of the American Red Cross as it helped the state combat the Spanish Flu, including by distributing a dubious remedy: whiskey.
The owner of historic Ghost Island in Charleston has agreed to stop work temporarily while the city of Charleston reviews to make sure all necessary permits are in place.
Over most of a decade, Bill Fitzpatrick drove tens of thousands of miles to photograph South Carolina's sacred places.