19 July 2008

Mill's Courthouse

Ok, this is the Kershaw County courthouse in Camden. The third one on this site, it was designed by Robert Mills, a Charleston native best known for designing the Washington Monument. It was built in 1825 and served as the courthouse until 1906 when a new one was built. It curently houses the town Chamber of Commerce.
Inside the main room of the courthouse

Across the street, the place where Andrew Jackson was imprisoned by the British.

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