"Bench by the Road" at Sullivan's Island / Fort Moultrie

Alonzo J. Ransier House

Alston Graded School

Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture (formerly Avery Institute)

Berkeley Training High School

Bethel AME Church, McClellanville

Boone Hall Plantation

Bowen’s Corner

Cainhoy Historic District

Calvary Episcopal Church

Camp of Wild's "African Brigade," 1863-1864

Cannon Street Hospital

Centenary United Methodist Church

Central Baptist Church

Cherry Hill Classroom

Cigar Factory : Birthplace of "We Shall Overcome"

Constitutional Convention of 1868

Cook's Old Field Cemetery, Copahee Plantation and Hamlin Beach

Cooper River Historic District, include Cypress Gardens

Denmark Vesey House

Dixie Training School

Drayton Hall

Edisto Island Baptist Church

Eliza's House at Middleton Place

Mother Emanuel AME Church

Faber House

Former Site of Howe Hall Plantation

Gadsden’s Wharf

Harmon Field: Home of the 1955 Cannon Street YMCA All-Stars

Historic Charleston

Historic Mosquito Beach

Howe Hall Plantation / Howe Hall

Hutchinson House

James Simons Elementary School: The Desegregation of Charleston Public Schools

Jenkins Orphanage

John Schnierle Jr./Alonzo J. Ransier House

Jonathan Jasper Wright Law Office

Judge J. Waties Waring Statue

Kress Building: The Sit-In Movement in Charleston, SC

Laing School

Liberty Hill

Magnolia Plantation


McLeod Plantation Historic Site

Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church

Old Bethel United Methodist Church

Old Marine Hospital

Old Slave Mart

Philip Simmons House and Workshop

Seashore Farmers' Lodge No. 767

Seaside School

Septima Clark Birthplace

Seashore Farmers' Lodge No. 767

Simeon Pinckney Homestead

Slave Auctions in Charleston, South Carolina

St. Mark's Episcopal Church

St. Paul Campground

Jenkins Orphanage

Stono River Slave Rebellion Site

Sullivan's Island Bench by the Road / Fort Moultrie

Sweetgrass Pavilion

The Parsonage / Miss Izard's School

The Progressive Club

The Seizure of the Planter

United States Courthouse and Post Office: Briggs v. Elliott Historical Marker