Colleton County Courthouse – Walterboro, South Carolina
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The Colleton County Courthouse is located on Hampton Street in downtown Walterboro. The original section of the courthouse was completed in 1882 after the county seat was moved from Jacksonborough to Walterboro. The building was originally designed by William Jay, and the front portico is attributed to famous architect Robert Mills.
From 1843-1844 the Colleton County Courthouse underwent extensive renovations, and it was enlarged in 1916. A project of the Works Progress Administration in the 1930s covered the west wing with brick, added an east wing, built an addition on the north entrance, and remodeled the interior.
The Colleton County Courthouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and received its historical marker in 2001. A monument to Southern soldiers and women of Colleton County are also on the courthouse grounds.
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