Clark Mills (1815-1883) was a self-taught sculptor who succeeded in creating the first equestrian statue cast in the United States (1852).
Old Marine Hospital
Robert Mills, the well-known federal architect, created a structure of charm and delicacy in Charleston’s Marine Hospital.
Old Slave Mart
Ryan’s Mart) The Old Slave Mart was originally a commercial building used for slave trading and other transactions from 1853 until the…
The Powder Magazine is a visible reminder of the era of the Lord Proprietors and their founding government of the Carolinas, of the…
Robert William Roper House
The Roper House was the first to be constructed on the east Battery (ca. 1838) and its outsized colonnade was built not only to support the…
Thomas Rose House
Although considerably altered since its erection in 1735-1740, the Thomas Rose House is one of Charleston’s best specimens of colonial…
Nathaniel Russell House
The Nathaniel Russell House is an excellent example of the Adam style of architecture.
Edward Rutledge House
Carter-May House) The Edward Rutledge House is significant as the residence in 1787 of Edward Rutledge, a signer of the Declaration of…
Gov. John Rutledge House
John Rutledge, a signer of the Constitution and wartime Governor of South Carolina, 1779-1782, lived at 116 Broad Street from 1763 to 1800.