• Charles Pinckney

    National Historic Site South Carolina

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Did You Know?

Demitasse spoon engraved with initials of Charles Pinckney's parents.

Archeologists at Charles Pinckney National Historic Site discovered the foundations of early plantation structures, including the Pinckney-era farmhouse, detached kitchen and slave houses. Charles Pinckney National Historic Site, SC