City Directories and History: Enhanced SCDOT maps of Charleston County can be found under the MORE INFORMATION / MAPS link. These maps show the county with significant historical details such as stores, churches, cross roads, and schools in the rural communities. (Old Road Maps – Charleston County, S.C.)
Individual sections of the 1930’s SCDOT road map are also available below. Charleston County is divided into (47) sections beginning with the northwest corner #1, and ending with the southeastern corner #47. These individual maps may also be accessed by searching for their captions, example: Section #1, will be loaded with accompanying images.
Due to the sheer size of these maps, it is best to view them on a computer. It will take a minute or more to load each – use the map features plus button, found at the bottom right corner of the maps page, to enlarge the map.
Click on each of the section for review:
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