City Directories and History: The early 20th century U.S. government soil map of Charleston County, S.C. (NOT AVAILABLE)
The historic soil maps presented by R&R on this and other county pages have been digitized, enhanced, updated and watermarked. They are offered as educational maps to link with family farms and local community history. Maps are not for reproduction and are never sold through this website. Maps are available for further study or procurement at several other sites including the South Carolinian Library Map Collection found at: http://library.sc.edu/digital/collections/schmscl.html
An enlarged PDF of the map can be viewed by opening the MORE INFORMATION link – bottom left.
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