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Listed on the US National Register of Historic Places, the Aiken-Rhett House was built in 1820 and was once the home of the governor of South Carolina.See it from the outside on a walking tour or horse-drawn carriage tour of the city, or visit on your own by purchasing a ticket from the Historic Charleston Foundation, which also operates the Nathaniel Russell House.Visit on your own or as part of a historical Charleston tour to gain insight into the city’s heritage from a guide.Inside, admire American, English, and French furniture, and check out the period garden outside.
Built in 1803, Charleston’s Joseph Manigault House is a US National Historic Landmark and today part of the Charleston Museum.
His body had obvious signs of trauma stemming from an assault, the police added.
He was described in the report only as "John Doe," a black man.
The early building, now known as Old Bethel, was donated to the black congregation in 1876.
Amid good will of both white and black congregations, it was moved across the street to its present location, 222 Calhoun Street, in 1882. John the Baptist is a magnificent structure built on the foundation of the 1854 cathedral that burned down in the Charleston Fire of 1861.