Posts by BP46


A good turnout Tuesday night heard College of Charleston historian Rebecca Shumway discuss the transAtlantic slave trade, its impact on Charleston and what both of those things mean for Charleston’s new International African American Museum. She stressed that although there was obviously an economic motivation to trafficking in slaves, on both sides of the Atlantic, it can’t be considered a normal commercial activity...

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We have another great meeting coming up Tuesday, October 16.  Please join us at 7 pm at Church of the Holy Cross, 299 Seven Farms Drive as College of Charleston history professor Rebecca Shumway shares insights on the TransAtlantic slave trade and Charleston’s role in it.  Dr. Shumway will also have copies of her book “Fante and the TransAtlantic Slave Trade” available for purchase at a...

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HUTS 2018…CHECK OUT THESE PICS!


Posted By on Oct 15, 2018

Our 2018 edition of the History Under the Stars family campout is, pardon the expression, history!  The pirate themed event at Smythe Park caught a break on the weather this hurricane season and it looks like everyone had a great time.  Check it our for yourself with this photo album on our Facebook...

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