Charles Pinckney (1757-1824) served three terms as governor of South Carolina. First term: 1789 - 1792, second term: 1796 - 1798, third term: 1806 - 1808. 

Pinckney, Charles | South Carolina Public Radio


"P" is for Pinckney, Charles [1757-1784]. Planter, legislator, governor, statesman. In 1779, Pinckney began his public service as a member of the General Assembly. During the Revolution he...
Charles Pinckney Overview | Powder Magazine Museum


Dr. Walter Edgar, speaking from the steps of Snee Farm, Charles Pinckney's country estate, recounts to school children the public life and service of Charles Pinckney. Included in this discussion are...
Charles Pinckney | History of SC Slide Collection
Charles Pinckney | History of SC Slide Collection
Episode 114


Born in Charleston, Charles Pinckney (1757-1824) studied law under his father, Colonel Charles Pinckney, and was admitted to the bar, but never practiced law. During the Revolutionary War, he was...
Charles Pinckney | S.C. Hall of Fame


Statesman Charles Pinckney's beliefs helped forge the United States Constitution. Fluent in five languages, yet educated and reared entirely on South Carolina soil, this man was elected four times to...