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Christ Church, 2304 Highway 17 North, Mount Pleasant, Charleston County, SC

Christ Church, 2304 Highway 17 North, Mount Pleasant, Charleston County, SC

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Cunninghom, Lora, delineator
Pierce, Ryan, delineator
Aydin, Caglar, delineator
Ferguson, Katherine, delineator
Finnigan, Kelly, delineator
Golden, Lauren, delineator
Haremski, Marie, delineator
Harvey, Elyse, delineator
Lavelle, Brittany, delineator
Long, Rebecca, delineator
Marasco, Stefanie, delineator
Reynolds, Joseph, delineator
Schwartz, Mariah, delineator
Tianying, Sun, delineator
Valiente, Syra, delineator
Weirick, David, delineator
Wiedman, Jamie, delineator
Wilson, Ashley R., faculty sponsor
Ward, James L., faculty sponsor
Cunningham, Lora, field team project manager
Pierce, Ryan, field team project manager


charleston county32.87234, -79.77602
Google Map of 32.8723387, -79.77601729999999


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