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Historic Map - Charleston, SC - 1872

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1W-SC-CH-1872-S-P
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Bird's eye view of the city of Charleston, South Carolina 1872. Drawn and published by C. Drie

The city of Charleston was founded in 1670, though at the time it was named Charles Towne. In 1783 - after the American Revolution - the town changed it's name to the current form. Rich in history, the city was one of the largest of colonial America, and played a major role in the American Civil War. The state was the first to secede following the election of Abraham Lincoln, and the first shots of the Civil War were fired at Union ships entering Charleston's harbor. Complete reference list below.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. City Hall
  2. Court House
  3. U.S. Court House
  4. Fire proof Building
  5. Post Office
  6. Lower Guard House
  7. Upper Guard House
  8. Lower Market
  9. Neck Market
  10. County Jail
  11. House of Correction
  12. Roper Hospital
  13. City Hospital
  14. Marine Hospital
  15. Orphan's House
  16. Artesian Well
  17. Citadel
  18. Custum House
  19. Alms House
  20. U.S. Arsenal
  21. High School
  22. Normal School
  23. St. Philips School
  24. Morris St School
  25. Free School
  26. Charleston College
  27. Medical College
  28. Mariners Church
  29. First Baptist
  30. First Presbyterian
  31. Site of St. Peters
  32. St. Michaels
  33. Ruins of St. FInbars
  34. St. Finbars Chapel
  35. Huguenot Church
  36. St. Phillips
  37. Ruins Circular Church
  38. St. John's Lutheran
  39. German Lutheran
  40. German Lutheran (old)
  41. German Lutheran (new)
  42. Uniterian Church
  43. Calvery
  44. Trinity Church
  45. Sinagogue
  46. St. Mary's Church
  47. Centenary Church
  48. Grace Church
  49. Catholic Church
  50. Methodist
  51. Glebe St. Church
  52. Porter's Church
  53. German Catholic
  54. Central Church
  55. St. Stephens Chapel
  56. Catholic Chapel
  57. Zion's Church
  58. African M.E.
  59. Bethel Church
  60. Flynn's Church
  61. St. Luke's Church
  62. St. John's Church
  63. St. Paul Church
  64. St. Patricks Church
  65. Morris St. Baptist
  66. Chapel
  67. Chapel
  68. Citadel Square Baptist
  69. Bethel Church
  70. South Carolina Hall
  71. Hiberian Hall
  72. German F.S. Hall
  73. Market Hall
  74. Military Hall
  75. Masonic Hall
  76. Odd Fellows Hall
  77. Freundschafts Bund Hall
  78. South Carolina R.R.d.
  79. North Eastern R.R.d.
  80. Savannah R.R.d.
  81. Opera House
  82. Chamber of Commerce
  83. Board of Trade
  84. Gas Works
  85. Hebrew Orphan
  86. Western Union Telegraph Co.
  87. (bis). Southern Atlantic Co.
  88. Charleston Hotel
  89. Mills House
  90. Pavillion House
  91. Waverly House

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