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This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Dorchester County, South Carolina.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Dorchester County, South Carolina, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.

There are 13 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 1 National Historic Landmark.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted March 31, 2017.

Current listings

Name on the Register Image Date listed Location City or town Description
1 Appleby's Methodist Church
Appleby's Methodist Church
February 14, 1978
Southwest of St. George at the junction of State Highways 19 and 71
33°08′14″N 80°39′03″W / 33.137222°N 80.650833°W / 33.137222; -80.650833 (Appleby's Methodist Church)
St. George
2 Ashley River Historic District
Ashley River Historic District
September 12, 1994
Roughly along the Ashley River from just east of South Carolina Highway 165 to the Seaboard Coast Line railroad bridge
32°54′45″N 80°07′22″W / 32.9125°N 80.122778°W / 32.9125; -80.122778 (Ashley River Historic District)
Charleston Extends into Charleston County
3 Ashley River Road
Ashley River Road
November 21, 1983
South Carolina Highway 61 between Church Creek and South Carolina Highway 165
32°53′23″N 80°07′15″W / 32.889722°N 80.120833°W / 32.889722; -80.120833 (Ashley River Road)
Cooke Crossroads Extends into Charleston County
4 Carroll Place
July 25, 1974
Junction of Quaker and Wire Rds.
33°07′39″N 80°38′08″W / 33.1275°N 80.635556°W / 33.1275; -80.635556 (Carroll Place)
St. George
5 Cypress Methodist Camp Ground
Cypress Methodist Camp Ground
April 26, 1978
East of Ridgeville on South Carolina Highway 182
33°06′18″N 80°10′27″W / 33.105°N 80.174167°W / 33.105; -80.174167 (Cypress Methodist Camp Ground)
6 Indian Fields Methodist Campground
Indian Fields Methodist Campground
March 30, 1973
About 4 miles northeast of St. George on South Carolina Highway 73
33°13′22″N 80°32′46″W / 33.222778°N 80.546111°W / 33.222778; -80.546111 (Indian Fields Methodist Campground)
St. George
7 Middleton Place
Middleton Place
May 6, 1971
Southeast of Summerville on U.S. Route 61
32°54′19″N 80°08′15″W / 32.905278°N 80.1375°W / 32.905278; -80.1375 (Middleton Place)
Summerville Remnants of an 18th-century rice plantation on the Ashley River; now a museum
8 Newington Plantation
Newington Plantation
September 17, 1974
Address Restricted
9 Old Dorchester
Old Dorchester
December 3, 1969
6 miles south of Summerville on South Carolina Highway 642
32°57′01″N 80°10′13″W / 32.950278°N 80.170278°W / 32.950278; -80.170278 (Old Dorchester)
10 Old White Meeting House Ruins and Cemetery
Old White Meeting House Ruins and Cemetery
February 8, 2005
South Carolina Highway 642, approximately 0.5 miles southeast of its junction with South Carolina Highway 165
32°57′56″N 80°11′41″W / 32.965556°N 80.194722°W / 32.965556; -80.194722 (Old White Meeting House Ruins and Cemetery)
11 St. Paul Camp Ground
St. Paul Camp Ground
April 30, 1998
940 St. Paul Rd.
33°12′17″N 80°28′57″W / 33.204722°N 80.4825°W / 33.204722; -80.4825 (St. Paul Camp Ground)
12 Summerville Historic District
Summerville Historic District
May 19, 1976
Roughly bounded by S. Railroad Ave., Magnolia and Main Sts., and the town boundary
33°00′53″N 80°10′59″W / 33.014722°N 80.183056°W / 33.014722; -80.183056 (Summerville Historic District)
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