Redcliffe State Park

Redcliffe State Park


Beech Island, South Carolina (SC), US
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.
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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Links: south-carolina-plantations.com
By: forthefallendrms

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