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... Since this part of town was home to prominent and wealthy people, most of the homes, even the modest ones have extraordinary architectural details and superb craftsmanship. We spent the morning working our way south, photographing homes and gardens, admiring the beauty and trying to stay warm. When we got to the Battery area where the peninsula meets the river we broke out of the shelter of the buildings into the ...
My very favorite place in Charleston is Drayton Hall. There are many reasons it is my favorite, but the main one is the fact that this is a place of preservation, not restoration. Drayton Hall is the oldest unrestored plantation home in America and has survived the Revolutionary War, Civil War, earthquakes and hurricanes. It has survived modern progress and is just a joy to visit. I recommend arriving early so your house ...
... daughters were born to the Russells, Alicia in 1789 and Sarah in 1792. The house remained in the Russell family until 1857 when it was purchased by Governor R.F.W. Allston (1801-1864) and his wife, Adele Petigru (1810-1896). Later, after serving as a school for the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy from 1870-1905, the Russell House was converted back to a private residence. It remained so until 1955, when the Foundation purchased the site and opened ...
... laid out with antiques from the Antebellum period. We weren't able to take photos, but trust me it was really special. We also checked out Slave Street an area on the plantation where a number of the original slave quarters are still standing. There were some really interesting displays on the slave trade and fight for civil rights for the African / Americans.
From there we went into downtown Charlestown on ...