Turns out that's about all you really need to know. Pinckney made many contributions to the Constitution. Unfortunately for historians, his papers were destroyed in a fire in 1861. However, among his many contributions to the Constitution is that, "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States."
Big trees! It smelled nice there.
The house on Pinckney's farm, which Pinckney never lived in.
There was a nature trail around the old farm, which we skipped not for lack of interest but for the unruly child with us. I learned that Gullah culture was a thing, but passed on the $9 bottle of spices which were obviously mostly paprika, salt, and garlic powder. I talked to the ranger there for some time since we had a mutual friend.