MOJA Historic Site Designations



Past Historic Site Designations
2017 Zion Olivet Church, 134 Cannon Street
2016 Emanuel AME Church, 1057 5th Avenue (at St. Andrews Boulevard, West Ashley)
2015 Morris Street Baptist Church, 25 Morris Street
2014 Plymouth Church, 41 Pitt Street
2013 John L. Dart Library, 1067 King Street
2012 Ebenezer AME Church, 44 Nassau Street
2010 St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 18 Thomas Street
2009 Centenary United Methodist Church, 60 Wentworth Street
2008 Men of the Mosquito Fleet, Dock At The End of South Market Street
2007 Old Bethel United Methodist Church, 222 Calhoun Street
2006 Fielding Home For Funerals, 122 Logan Street
2006 The Historic Borough Houses, 35 & 35 1/2 Calhoun Street
2005 Formerly Immaculate Conception School, 200 Coming Street,
2005 Dedicated to Robert Smalls, N. Adgers Wharf (end of Waterfront Park)
2004 YWCA of Greater Charleston, Inc., 106 Coming Street
2004 The Shaw Center, 22 Mary Street
2003 Louis G. Gregory Baháí Museum, 2 Desportes Court
2003 Calvary Episcopal Church, 106 Line Street
2002 34 Wentworth Street, formerly St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church
2001 91 Broad Street, Law Offices of Whipper, Elliott & Allen
2001 Burke Industrial High School a/k/a Burke High School, 200 President Street
2000 Morris Brown House, 94 Smith Street
1999 Emanuel A.M.E. Church, 110 Calhoun Street
1999 Birthplace of Ernest Everett Just, 28 Inspection Street
1998 Residence of Alonzo Ransier, 33 Pitt Street
1998 Site of the workshop of renowned ironworker, Philip Simmons, 30 1/2 Blake St.
1997 Denmark Vesey House, 56 Bull Street
1997 The Cannon Street YMCA, 61 Cannon Street
1996 Harleston-Boags Funeral Home, 121 Calhoun Street
1996 Home of Septima Poinsette Clark, 17 Henrietta Street
1995 Morris Brown AME Church, 13 Morris Street
1994 Former Home of Denmark Vesey, 56 Bull Street (Designated, but plaque not laid)
1991 Hospital Training & School for Nurses, 135 Cannon Street
1991 Jenkins Orphanage (Original Building), 20 Franklin Street
1990 Avery Normal Institute Building which would become The Avery Research Center for African-American History & Culture at The College of Charleston, 125 Bull Street
1990 Jenkins Orphanage Institution, 3923 Azalea Drive
1990 Zion Presbyterian Church, 123 Calhoun Street (Calhoun & Meeting Streets)