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Built in 1915, the Jasper County Courthouse is a historic public building in Ridgeland, South Carolina. Unlike other counties in the state, Jasper County was only formed in 1912v when the Hampton and Beaufort Counties were resized. The structure was built and served as the first and only courthouse for the county.

The Jasper County Courthouse is a historic site mostly for its role as the first and only public structure of the sort in the locale. Another reason could be the fact that it was designed after the plans of William Augustus Edwards, an acclaimed architect of the time. It was built as a two-story Georgian Revival brick courthouse.

The Jasper County Courthouse was added on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.
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