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South Carolina National Heritage Corridor

South Carolina National Heritage Corridor

From Table Rock Mountain to the wharves of McClellanville, the Heritage Corridor is a setting of southern history and life style that is alive and accessible. Begin your journey, just as the settlers, at Charles Towne Landing, and learn how the Native Americans, English, Africans and Barbadians came together to form the first successful English colony in 1670. The Corridor Discovery System will lead you on a self-guided journey through the rural communities and historic backroads of South Carolina. Visitors may choose to explore a variety of sites in one geographic location or follow one theme through the entire Corridor.

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