Architectural Clues from the South Carolina Gazette, 1735-1769
Clues explaining the local architecture and its development can come from a variety of sources. These notices from the South Carolina Gazette give information about materials, ornaments, and layout of Charleston homes in the mid-eighteenth century.
"Imported." South Carolina Gazette, 9 August 1735.
"To be sold/To be let." South Carolina Gazette, 25 June 1769.
"Architecture." South Carolina Gazette, 22 August 1769.
Standard 3-2: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the exploration and settlment of South Carolina and the United States.
Indicator 3-2.6 Summarize the contributions of settlers in South Carolina under the Lords Proprietors and the Royal colonial government, including the English from Barbados and other roups who made up the diverse European population of early South Carolina. (H, G)
Standard 4-2: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the settlement of North America by Native Americans, Europeans, and African Americans and the interactions among these peoples.
Indicator 4-2.4 Compare the European settlements in North America in terms of their economic activiites, religious emphasis, government, and lifestyles. (H, G, E, P)
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