A Student of History

January 22, 2008

Home of Calhoun Beautifully Restored

Filed under: Historic Preservation — John Maass @ 3:00 pm

This article is about the South Carolina home of John C. Calhoun, on the campus of Clemson University, and the restoration of the house completed in 2003.  It is known as Ft. Hill.

Calhoun estate banner pic

Please note: although this article is neutral in content and tone, it comes from the Southern Partisan, a wildly unbalanced pro-Confederate website.  I do not subscribe to it or endorse it; in fact much of what is on the site is patently absurd and ridiculous.

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