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St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 80 Meeting Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 80 Meeting Street, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

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Significance: The oldest church standing in Charleston, Saint Michael's is a well-known mid-18th century monument rich in historical associations and architectural features.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-26
Survey number: HABS SC-62
Building/structure dates: 1761 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1885 Subsequent Work
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000704



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Cardy, Samuel


Charleston, South Carolina, United States32.77578, -79.93095
Google Map of 32.7757847, -79.9309514


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