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Benjamin started his first term in Julyand is the first black mayor in the city's history. Inthe federal courthouse at the angle of Main and Laurel streets was purchased by the city for use as Capital Hall.
Arrange July 10,the flag was removed from the monument. Columbia's location made it an archetype location for other conventions and meetings contained by the Confederacy. This proved to be the source of much local amusement when they buckled and floated away during heavy rains. InBank of America Plaza was constructed. The year saw the Columbia metropolitan population access , and in this figure had achieve approximatelyThe Congarees, a frontier fort on the west bank of the Congaree Riverwas the head of navigation in the Santee Brook system. There was considerable argument over the name for the new city. Rail lines that reached the city in the s primarily transported cotton bales, not passengers.
The sexton directed the men to the adjacent Washington Street Methodist Church; thus, the ancient landmark was saved from destruction by Accord soldiers, and the sexton preserved his employ at the cost of another. The capital continued to grow at a rapid gait, and throughout the s and s Columbia was the largest inland city in the Carolinas. Columbia received its first charter at the same time as a town in Columbians still benefit from most of the magnificent network of ample streets. On July 10, , the banner was removed from the monument. In , the federal courthouse at the corner of Main and Laurel streets was purchased as a result of the city for use as City Antechamber. The Congaree Vista district along Gervais Avenue, once known as a warehouse district , became a thriving district of art galleries, shops, and restaurants.
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