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South Carolina

Charles Pinckney Natl. Historic Site

The historic site was established to interpret Charles Pinckney's role in the development of the United States Constitution; his plantation, Snee Farm; and the transition of the United States from a group of colonies to a young nation.

Interpretive exhibits, located in a house built circa 1828 but which is not Pinckney related, highlight these areas as well as the influences of African-Americans in the development of Snee Farm.

A community-based effort, led by the Friends of Historic Snee Farm, resulted in the congressional action to preserve the site in 1988.

On the north side of Mount Pleasant



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