Robert Mills – South Carolina

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Renowned architect and South Carolina native Robert Mills (1781-1855) was one of the nation’s first American-born, professionally-trained architects. Born in Charleston, Mills left for Washington, D.C. following his graduation from the College of Charleston at the age of 19 and began working on the construction of the White House as an apprentice. Mills’ talent and skill in architecture eventually led to his design of major structures around the nation, including the Washington Monument, as well as several public buildings around South Carolina. He also served as State Architect and Engineer for the South Carolina Board of Public Works in 1820. Mills, who was influenced by Thomas Jefferson, preferred Classical Revival architecture, as it signified the revitalization of the ancient republics in the new nation following the Revolutionary War.


Lancaster County Jail

First Presbyterian of Columbia

First Baptist of Charleston

Georgetown County Courthouse

DeKalb Tomb at Bethesda Presbyterian

Old Charleston Jail

Old Marine Hospital

Conway City Hall

Edgefield County Courthouse

Williamsburg County Courthouse

Couthouse in Colleton County, South Carolina

Fairfield County Courthouse

Camden Courthouse

Poinsett Bridge
Poinsett Bridge
Travelers Rest

Lancaster County Historic Courthouse

Robert Mills House

Circular Congregational Church


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