These houses are part of an attached row on Queen Street that was developed about 1802, by a father and son team — William Johnson Sr. and Jr. Both had noteworthy careers, including Junior being named to the US Supreme Court by Thomas Jefferson.
This little house, all 576 square feet of it, was built circa 1790. Located on State Street in the French Quarter, it would have been a dependency building or cook house for a grander house.
The Old Exchange a & Provost Dungeon is one of the most significant colonial buildings in the United States. Built in 1771, it has seen it’s more than fair share of history — including being used to host some dinners and gatherings to honor George Washington when he visited Charleston in 1791.
It was a great day in Charleston history when the Wicked Witch of the South (of Broad) had a house land on it on Tradd Street.