Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Native American dating back to 1650.
Several famous people are associated with these Charleston County historic places including Stephen Bull, Drayton John G., William Benjamin Seabrook and Dr. Anthony Toomer Poter.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Charleston County places including Robert Mills, E.B. White, Edward Brickell White, C.M. Trott, Edward C. Jones, Hering, Rudolph, et al., W.B.W. Howe, William Harmon Beers, Holten Bell and Edward B. White. Prominent architectural styles found in Charleston Country are Greek Revival, Late Victorian and Colonial Revival.