Battery Number 1 was constructed as an element of the James Island Siege Line in 1863.
Like its sister batteries, LeRoy and Battery Number 1, Battery Number 5 was part of Beauregard’s James Island Siege Line built in 1863 to…
Named after Sergeant Tynes, Lucas Battalion, Regular Artillery (killed on Morris Island 1863), Battery Tynes was constructed in 1863 to…
Battery Wilkes was constructed in 1862 to protect the crossing of the road and the Charleston-Savannah railroad at Long Branch Creek.
Governor Thomas Bennett House
The Governor Thomas Bennett House is an outstanding example of Federal style architecture. It features exceptional design, proportions, and…
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church
Bethel African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church, built ca. 1872, is significant as an example of late-nineteenth century vernacular…
Bethel Methodist Church
Bethel Methodist Church (built 1853-1854), located on the site of Charleston’s first Methodist church building, is an exceptional example…
William Blacklock House
The William Blacklock House, ca. 1800, is an excellent example of the Adam style.
Architecturally and aesthetically valuable to the city are Daniel Blake’s Tenements dating from 1760-1772.