Posted By Bill Payer on Nov 25, 2020 | 0 comments

There’s a treasure trove of local history hiding in plain sight in North Charleston. The Charleston County Records Center has 20,000 boxes of records illustrating centuries of life in the Lowcountry. But the center is closed to the public. What a waste, you think? Good news! They’;re working on a website. Learn lots more in this Post & Courier article.

A document from the Charleston Rice Milling Co. lawsuit from 1884 is part of the Charleston County Records Center’s 20,000 boxes of records that include deeds, marriage licenses, court records and other paperwork dating back to the 1700s. Brad Nettles/Staff Brad Nettles/ bnettles@podtandcourier.com

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