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Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC

Pineville Chapel, State Road S-8-204, Pineville, Berkeley County, SC



2012 Charles E. Peterson Prize, Third Place
Significance: As a contributing resource to the Pineville Historic District listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Pineville Chapel is one of two early nineteenth-century country churches remaining in Berkeley County, South Carolina.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1785
Survey number: HABS SC-438
Building/structure dates: 1810 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 92000024



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Wilson, Ashley R., faculty sponsor
Weirick, David, project manager
Wiedman, Jamie, project manager
Bartlett, Laurel, delineator
Causey, Charlotte, delineator
Ford, Emily, delineator
Johnson, Julianne, delineator
Kendrick, Pamela, delineator
Madill, Wendy, delineator
Nickels, Neale, delineator
Quandt, Rebecca, delineator
Schley, Mary Margaret, delineator
Shaw, Liz, delineator
Sonderman, Karl, delineator
Tew, Julia, delineator
Uebel, Amy Elizabeth, delineator
Watts, Daniel, delineator


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