Dedicated to Preserving and Protecting the
Historic Structures of South Carolina
A non profit membership organization working for South Carolinian's since 1990
From the Post Courier article By Hannah Alani – In the backwoods of Newberry County, Michael Bedenbaugh waded through thick brush and stepped over tree limbs in his rubber-soled sandals. His hand touched the crumbling, reddish brown brick facade of a late 19th century building. This was likely a general store, or maybe a bank, the […]READ MORE
Have a stay in the past.
Help us save Daufuskie’s Gullah heritage! Daufuskie Endangered Places Program (DEPP) aims to save and refurbish nearly one dozen endangered Gullah dwellings remaining on Daufuskie Island. To date, DEPP has restored two Gulla built homes, the Frances Jones House and the Hinson-White/Lesesne House, and you can stay in one of these picturesque, history-filled, treasures!