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Charleston (S.C.)

LC control no.n 79022924
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Geographic headingCharleston (S.C.)
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Geographic subdivision usageSouth Carolina--Charleston
Variant(s)City of Charleston (S.C.)
See alsoCharles-Town (S.C.)
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Beginning date1783
Associated countryUnited States
LocatedSouth Carolina
Special noteOld catalog heading: Charleston, S.C.
Found inU.S. Engineer Dept. Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors. Port and terminal facilities at the ports of Charleston, S.C. ... 1944.
Carolina and Georgia almanack, or, Ephemeris, for the year of Our Lord ... 1783: t.p. (Charlestown)
An almanack, agreeable to the new-stile, and on an entire new plan, for the year of Christian account ... 1768: t.p. (Charles-Town)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 32°46ʹ36ʺN 079°55ʹ51ʺW)
Information from 678 converted Dec. 15, 2014 (inc. by act of the General Assembly, 13 Aug 1783)
Wikipedia, September 30, 2015 (Charleston, South Carolina; City of Charleston; county seat of Charleston County; founded in 1670 as Charles Town; adopted its present name in 1783; 32°47ʹ00ʺN 79°56ʹ00ʺW)
Britannica online, September 30, 2015 (Charleston, city, seat of Charleston county, southeastern South Carolina; the settlement, originally called Charles Towne (for Charles II), was established by English colonists in 1670; moved to its present site in 1680; in 1722 it was briefly incorporated as Charles City and Port [no publications in OCLC], and in 1783 it was reincorporated as Charleston)
GNIS, September 30, 2015 (Charleston; variants: Charles Town; Charles Towne; Charlestowne; Charlstoun; Charlstown; populated place, Charleston County and Berkeley County, South Carolina, 32.7765656° -79.9309216° 32°46ʹ36ʺN 079°55ʹ51ʺW; also lists City of Charleston, civil, Charleston and Berkeley counties)
Exploratory archeology at the site of 1670-1680 Charles Towne on Albemarle Point in South Carolina, 1969.
A sermon deliver'd at Charles-town, in South Carolina, 1739.
Port of Charles-Town in South-Carolina, 1738.
An account of sundry goods imported, and of sundry goods the produce of this province exported, from the several ports of Charles-Town, George-Town, and Port-Royal, South-Carolina, from the first of November 1736, to the first of November 1737, 1737.
Acts passed by the General Assembly of South-Carolina : at a sessions begun and held at Charles-Town the fifteenth day of November, in the seventh year of the reign of Our Soverign Lord George the Second ..., 1736.
Port of Charles-Town in South-Carolina, 1736.
Geographic area coden-us-sc
Invalid LCCNsh 85022685