A sickly boy made his way slowly through the streets of Columbia, South Carolina. Few would have predicted any kind
This majestic building was the church of organist Lowell Mason. He served here for many years in the mid 1800’s.
This church, the Old Sheldon Church dates from the time of George Whitefield. It was burnt both by the British
This is the grave of one of the most influential men in 19th Century America. He was Secretary of War,
This lady is who we have to thank for the existence of Mt. Vernon… In 1853 it was going to
This is the sword of Governor Joseph Emile Harley, the 100th governor of South Carolina. He fought in the Spanish
When Sherman came through Columbia, he spared three homes – the Lace House, the Caldwell-Boylston House, and this officers’ duplex.
From the time that the land we now know as Canada was first discovered and settled, there have been many