Redcliffe State Park

Named for the red clay hill on which the site is situated, Redcliffe Plantation was purchased by James Henry Hammond, US Congressman (1835-1836), Governor of South Carolina (1842-1844), and US Senator (1857-1860) from Dr. Milledge Galpin in 1855. In 1973 the property was deeded to the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism. It is open to the public.
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