Seven to Save

A past Preservation Society of Charleston initiative to recognize endangered sites.


The History of Seven to Save

Between 2011 and 2014, more than 25 vulnerable historic sites were added to the Preservation Society’s Seven to Save list,  an outreach program designed to preserve at-risk historic and cultural resources in the Charleston area through education and public awareness. Successful outcomes of the PSC’s Seven to Save initiative included the addition of the Charleston Cemetery Historic District and Brick House Ruin to the National Register of Historic Places, stabilization of the Receiving Tomb at Magnolia Cemetery, and full rehabilitation of the Jackson Street Cottages.

Other Seven to Save Projects

Civil Rights Era Sites
Holy City Initiative
Off-Ramp Houses
Quarters A
Receiving Tomb
Rose Lane

Historic Ansonborough Neighborhood
Small Shops
Tabby Architecture
Beckroge Bakery
Enston Memorial Hall
Historical Maps and Plats
Trolley Barn