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In 1705, Englishman James Child established a ferry service on his property named Strawberry Bluff

Rembering Henry and Blanche Holloway, the hermits of Goat Island 

A glimpse at a bustling, early 20th-century Charleston

Looking back at early Lowcountry hurricanes

The Charleston Museum’s 19th-century curator, Gabriel E. Manigault, masterfully prepared dozens of skeletons now on view in a special exhibit

A quick look back at Isle of Palms history

Calling out his creative seafood sales pitches, huckster and political provocateur Joe Cole became a cultural institution in 19th-century Charleston

A brief history of Hampton Park’s Sunken Gardens

An enthralling new novel brings the history of a Charleston landmark to life

Fenwick Hall Plantation

For a century, turkey buzzards reigned over the Market. So what finally forced the iconic creatures to flee their favorite streets?

The Waring Historical Library’s portrait project

Nancy Stevenson made South Carolina history as lieutenant governor