By Jennifer Hudson Taylor
While researching historical Charleston for a few of my historical novels, I came across several significant public buildings that have stood the test of time since Colonial Charles Town. Even though churches are not considered government buildings, I am including them in this blog post since these buildings are valuable to the local community.
Fireproof Building (1827)
Exchange & Provost Building (1767)
Public market and meeting place during colonial era
Circular Congregational Church
Founded as Independent Church in 1681
Current building dates back to 1891