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Charleston, 1886 (7.7 on the Richter scale); Union, 1913 (5.8); Bowman, 1974 (4.5); Edgefield, 2014 (4.1); Charleston, 1992 (4.1); Summerville, 1959 (4.0); McBee, 1959 (4.0); and Summerville, 1977 (4.0).

Sources: The State, 22 August 1992; The State, 15 February 2014; T. R. Visvanathan, Earthquakes in South Carolina, 1698-1975; Clarence E. Dutton, The Charleston Earthquake of August 31, 1886.