Miles Brewton House
27 King Street
This house is considered to be one of the finest Georgian Palladian houses in America, and is still owned by descendants of the original owner and slave trader Miles Brewton. In 1822 after reports of an attempted slave uprising, a vast wrought iron barrier of “cheveaux-de-frise” was added. It was used as a military headquarters during the Revolutionary and the Civil Wars.
(Source: Flickr / jmdisk)
Historic Charleston Foundation Door
Art by Fiona Miller
Saint Michael’s Church reflected in City Hall
71 and 80 Broad Street
Middle Passage Remembrance
Sullivan’s Island, SC
Every year a ceremony is held in several places along the eastern coast of the U.S. like Sullivan’s Island near Charleston, S.C., commemorating the nearly 2 million Africans who perished in the Middle Passage of the transatlantic human trade. Photo by Pete Marovich.
As if it decided to grow upside down, it’s branches grow up out and under.
The Angel Oak
Johns Island, SC
Salt Water Bathing House
Just below Atlantic Street and connected by a walkway to East Battery