Posts by BP46


Posted By on Aug 10, 2018

Congratulations, and thanks, to Valerie Miller who has agreed to join the DIHS board in the important role of treasurer.  Many of you know Val not only as a DIHS member for several years but also from her many activities on the island and in Charleston.  She and husband Bryan moved to Daniel Island several years ago from Annapolis where she was active in local history groups and other civic endeavors.  And let’s...

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Posted By on Aug 6, 2018

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME HISTORY?  Time to mark your calendars!  September marks the return of our monthly sessions and VP Chris Frisby has some terrific speakers lined up.  We’re still nailing down some details but here’s what we know so far: Tuesday, September 18 (7 pm, Church of the Holy Cross, 299 Seven Farms Dr) we’ll hear from Dr. Kyle  Sinisi of The Citadel  on a Charleston Civil War topic to be...

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Here’s a great opportunity next week at the Charleston Museum. Join Chief Curator Grahame Long on Thursday, August 9 as he leads a special tour, highlighting artifacts on display from his “Top 10 List.” The Museum will be open to participants until 7:00 pm, with tours at 5:15 pm and 6:15 pm. Guests can take the first or the second tour and spend the rest of their time in the Museum’s galleries discovering their...

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Posted By on Aug 2, 2018

This beautiful map is courtesy of Lee Ann Bain.  Do you have any ideas/suggestions on how to use it to help spread the word about DIHS?  Would you be willing to post it on other social media you use with links to either this site or our Facebook page?  Anything else occur to you?  Let us...

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OK….we’re going to try this again. We had to cancel our scheduled History Under the Stars family campout scheduled for June due to a host of logistical issues. But we’re giving it another shot in October. Details are still in the planning stage but we can tell you to mark the dates October 13-14 on your family’s calendar. Location will once again by Smythe Park. Registration will, as usual, be via the DIPOA...

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