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Beaufort, SC
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Places

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Barnwell-Gough House
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705 Washington St
Beaufort Historic District
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Bounded by the Beaufort River, Bladen, Hamar, and Boundary Sts
Beaufort National Cemetery
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1601 Boundary St
First Presbyterian Church of Beaufort
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410 Church St North St
Fort Lyttelton Site
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John A Cuthbert House
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1203 Bay St
John Mark Verdier House
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801 Bay St
Laurel Bay Plantation
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Marshlands
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501 Pinckney St
Robert Smalls House
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511 Prince St
Seacoast Packing Company
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100 Dill Dr
Tabby Manse
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1211 Bay St
The Anchorage
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1103 Bay St
The Parish Church of St Helena, Beaufort
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507 Newcastle St North St
William Barnwell House
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800 Prince St

Timeline

Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1668/00/00 Spanish forces allied with Indians who are rivals of the Indians the Scots are trading with, attacked and destroyed Stuart Towne. Survivors flee to Charles Towne, but a hurricane haults the pursuing Spanish.
1684/00/00 Scottish Presbyterians establish Stuart Towne, a colony on the banks of the Beaufort River, now the Beaufort neighborhood called Spanish Point. They immediately began trade with the Indians.
1863/07/30 Rufus Saxton Supporter In late July, Rufus Saxton, from his HQ at the Whitehall ferry landing in Beaufort, addresses the Colored Soldiers and Freedmen that the principles for which Shaw fought and died will be vindicated and urges them to pay a last tribute. Establishment of the Shaw Memorial

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Creative Works »

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A Son of the Carolinas: A Story of the Hurricane upon the Sea Islands Book
"A Son of the Carolinas" is set on Cat Island, Beaufort, South Carolina
Commandment Keeper Church, Beaufort South Carolina, May 1940 Film Zora Neale Hurston
The Institute (Stephen King Book) Novel
Stephen King Around nine o'clock, just after passing the Beaufort city limits, Luke told Tim to find a motel. "Don't stop in front, though. Go around to the back.

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