Northeastern South Carolina History Subjects and Interests

Schools and Education

Home to the first municipal college in America the College of Charleston - South Carolina offers a variety of education-related historic sites, including the Historic Myrtle Beach Colored School, which served the local African American community during the era of segregation, and Bennettsville Female Academy, a women's finishing school established in Marlboro County in 1830.


Several notable South Carolinians were delegtes to Continental Congress and among the signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Revolutionary War artillery battery at Fort Moultrie defended the harbor against the British attack.

 

Your Search For: Subject- Schools and Education Returned 7 records
1257 South Fourth Street, Hartsville, SC 29550, 843-383-3005   [View Map]
Overview
Mechanicsville, SC 29540
Overview
U.S. 301/76 at Wallace Woods Road, Florence, SC   [View Map]
Overview
900 Dunbar Street, Myrtle Beach, SC   [View Map]
Overview
1624 West Carolina Avenue, Hartsville, SC 29550, 843-383-8145/Fax 843-383-8149   [View Map]
Overview
101 Wilcox Avenue, Marion, SC 29571, 843-423-8299   [View Map]
Overview
Summerton Town Hall, 10 Main Street, Summerton, SC 29148, 803-485-2525   [View Map]
Overview