Confederate Flag Rises Again At South Carolina Statehouse
The group called the flag’s takedown the “greatest treason” in the state’s history on its Facebook event. A year after the controversial rebel banner fell from the Statehouse, the South Carolina Seces...
National Register of Historic Places in Columbia, South Carolina
This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Columbia, South Carolina.This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Histo...
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Confederate Flag Rises Again At South Carolina Statehouse
The group called the flag’s takedown the “greatest treason” in the state’s history on its Facebook event. A year after the controversial rebel banner fell from the Statehouse, the South Carolina Seces...
South Carolina State Museum
The South Carolina State Museum, located in Columbia, South Carolina, is the largest museum in the Southeastern United States. Positioned on an old shipping canal on the Congaree River that dates back...
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Alston House (Columbia, South Carolina)
Alston House, also known as McDuffie's Antiques, is located at 1811 Gervais St. in Columbia, South Carolina. The Greek Revival style house was built in 1872, and is significant for its architecture. I...
Mighty Sound of the Southeast
The University of South Carolina Marching Band — also called the "Mighty Sound of the Southeast" or more commonly known as the Carolina Band or the USC Marching Band, has entertained football fans ...
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Modjeska Monteith Simkins House
The Modjeska Monteith Simkins House is a historic place of the civil rights movement. The house, which was owned by Modjeska Monteith Simkins, is located at 2025 Marion Street in Columbia, South Carol...
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Spring Valley High School (South Carolina)
Spring Valley High School is located in unincorporated Northeast Columbia, South Carolina, USA, and is operated by the Richland County School District Two. Opened in the fall of 1970, it was for a lon...
Ridge View High School
Ridge View High School (commonly abbreviated as RVHS) is a comprehensive public high school in Columbia, South Carolina. It currently holds approximately 1500 students. It is one of five high schools ...
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Carver Theatre (Columbia, South Carolina)
Carver Theatre is a historic African American movie theater in Columbia, South Carolina. It was built in 1941, and is a two-story, rectangular, brick commercial building. It has a flat roof and a ver...
Logan Elementary School
Logan Elementary School is a public elementary school in Columbia, South Carolina. It was built in 1913. The building was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
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Eugene E. Stone III Stadium (Columbia, South Carolina)
Eugene E. Stone III Stadium is a soccer stadium located in Columbia, South Carolina on the campus of the University of South Carolina. The 5,700 seat ground is home to the USC Gamecocks soccer teams s...
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Chappelle Administration Building
The Chappelle Administration Building, on the campus of Allen University in Columbia, South Carolina, was designed by John Anderson Lankford, known as the “dean of black architects.” The building nam...
Chappelle Administration Building - Wikipedia
A.C. Flora High School
A. C. Flora High School is a high school in Forest Acres, South Carolina, USA. It is part of Richland County School District One. The school has won many athletic state championships and numerous acad...
A.C. Flora High School - Wikipedia
Washington Street United Methodist Church
Washington Street United Methodist Church is a historic church at 1401 Washington Street in Columbia, South Carolina.It was built in 1872 and added to the National Register in 1970.
On December 15...
Providence Hospital (Columbia, South Carolina)
Providence Hospitals is a two hospital health care system with 304 licensed beds. It is located in downtown Columbia, South Carolina, and was founded by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Augustine in 1...
Fort Jackson (South Carolina)
Fort Jackson is a United States Army installation, which TRADOC operates on for Basic Combat Training (BCT), and is located in Columbia, South Carolina. This installation is named for Andrew Jackson,...
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Charlie W. Johnson Stadium
Charlie W. Johnson Stadium is a stadium in Columbia, South Carolina. It is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the Benedict College. The stadium has also been host of the S...
Charlie W. Johnson Stadium - Wikipedia
Hale-Elmore-Seibels House
The Hale-Elmore-Seibels House or Seibels House is a historic building located in Columbia, South Carolina. Records of the exact year of its construction were destroyed in 1865 during the burning of th...
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Mills Building, South Carolina State Hospital
Mills Building, South Carolina State Hospital, formerly known as the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, is a building designed by Robert Mills in Columbia, South Carolina.Although it has not had mental pa...
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Benedict College
Benedict College is a historically black, liberal arts college located in Columbia, South Carolina. Founded in 1870 by northern Baptists, it was originally a teachers' college. It has since expanded i...
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South Carolina Governor's Mansion
The South Carolina Governor's Mansion (or the South Carolina Executive Mansion) is a historic U.S. governor's mansion in the Arsenal Hill neighborhood of Columbia, South Carolina and the official resi...
South Carolina Governor's Mansion - Wikipedia