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HISTORY AS EASY AS 1..2…3


Posted By on Jan 13, 2018

Sometimes history is as easy at 1..2..3.  For example, let’s start with our exciting kickoff to our 2018 program schedule.  Historic Preservation and 21st Century Interpretations of Slavery. Sounds like a weighty subject, doesn’t it?  But it’s consistent with the belief that history isn’t (or at least shouldn’t be) a dry academic pursuit.  Our discussion will focus on how the legacy of...

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You’ve survived the holidays. You made it through Snowmageddon.  Most of us made it through the College Football Championship game intact.  What’s your next challenge? How about a thought provoking discussion of both the past and future?  Daniel Island doesn’t have much in the way of physical reminders of the Antebellum South. There are no plantation mansions complete with slave quarters. But slavery and its legacy do...

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How does our perception and understanding of slavery inform both our view of history and our vision for the future of Daniel Island? We’ll look at those issues at 7pm Tuesday, January 16 at Church of the Holy Cross, 299 Seven Farms Drive when historians Anne Blessing and Josesph McGill lead a discussion on “Historic Preservation and 21st Century Interpretations of Slavery”. Joe McGill is the driving force behind The...

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Daniel Island doesn’t have physical reminders of the Antebellum South.  There are no plantation mansions complete with slave quarters.  But slavery and its legacy do play a role in the Daniel Island of yesterday and today. Historians Anne Blessing and Joseph McGill will present “Historic Preservation and 21st century Interpretations of Slavery”  at 7 p.m., Tuesday, January 16 at Daniel Island’s Church of the...

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