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Site of Columbia High School (40-97)
in South Carolina Historical Markers
Once a Female Academy, then a high school, it is no longer site of a school.
posted by: ChapterhouseInc
location: South Carolina
date approved: 6/21/2010
last visited: 1/29/2013
Site of Columbia Female Academy (40-20)
This was the location of a school from 1820 to 1915.
Washington Street Methodist Church (40-21)
One of many historic churches found in the state capitol.
First Presbyterian Church (40-22)
One of many historic churches in the state capitol area.
Thomas Smith (10-3)
A Governor of South Carolina had a home on this street corner.
last visited: 12/2/2011
21- 29 American Legion Post #1 / 2nd Lieutenant Fred H. Sexton
This post, organized in May 1919 and chartered by national headquarters in June 1919, was the first American Legion post in S.C
posted by: David Taylor
date approved: 6/17/2010
last visited: never
Sumter Street (40-83)
One of many markers describing the naming of a street. This person had much greater impact on the city and state than the others.
date approved: 6/1/2010
Seaboard Airline Passenger Depot (40-125)
This is the duplicate marker on the other side of the depot.
date approved: 5/31/2010
last visited: 5/30/2010
One of several markers dedicated to this group that trained here for WWII.
Washington Street (40-71)
Named for George Washington who visited here in 1791.
Courthouse Square (40-53)
Tis was the site of the courthouse from 1803-1865.
The Big Apple (40-101)
A historic African American Club that spawned a dance.
Site of Wayside Hospital (S4)
A Civil War hospital was operated here.
Gadsden Street (40-106)
This street is named for a native South Carolinian who has a career in politics.
last visited: 9/26/2013
Lincoln Street (40-76)
One of many historic figures honored with a street name in this capitol city.
Assembly Street (40-90)
One of several streets with a historic marker about its naming.
Blossom Street (40-78)
One of many historic streets in the downtown area named for a famous person.
Lady Street (40-79)
One of many historic streets named after famous people in the downtown area.
date approved: 5/30/2010
last visited: 12/22/2011
Blanding Street (40-66)
One of many historic markers describing the streets around downtown.
last visited: 7/31/2010
Israelite Sunday School / Columbia's First Synagogue (40-151)
The first Synagogue in Columbia was built here in 1846.
last visited: 5/23/2010
Woodlands and Millwood (W-4)
This location dates back to the late 1700s as a homestead.
date approved: 5/27/2010
last visited: 5/17/2010
Camp Jackson (W-5)
An encampment built in 1917, used for the National Guard since 1925.
10-65 The Siege of Charleston, 1780
The British capture of Charleston in May 1780 was one of the worst American defeats of the Revolution.
date approved: 5/16/2010
last visited: 6/13/2012
21-3 Witherspoon's Ferry / Johnsonville
History of Colonial ferry.
date approved: 5/7/2010
21-4 Marion at Port's Ferry / Asbury at Port's Ferry
History of Port's Ferry.
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