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APRIL MEETING UPDATE


Posted By on Apr 13, 2019

APRIL’S MEETING IS A DOUBLE HEADER @ Church of the Holy Cross April 16 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm We have a double header for you at our April 16 meeting. And that means we’ll be starting 30 minutes earlier than usual, at 6:30 pm. We’re starting early so we can celebrate namesake Robert Daniell’s birthday complete with a short talk about Daniell by DIHS co-founder Mike Dahlman. We’ll follow that up at 7 with “Hidden History: The Walled City...

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WINE, ART AND HISTORY!


Posted By on Apr 10, 2019

You like all three of those, right? Then join us for a special DIHS meeting at 630 Tuesday, May 21 at Bin 526. We’ll start with wine and conversation and then move to a presentation on 19th/20th century Charleston art by Lese Corrigan of the Corrigan Gallery. Calendar of...

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REACHING OUT TO AREA KIDS


Posted By on Mar 31, 2019

Community outreach is a major focus here at the Daniel Island Historical Society and one of the ways we accomplish that goal is by working with area schools to help bring history alive for local kids. We’ve been supporting annual Philip Simmons art shows for years where area third graders do their versions of the famed ironsmith’s work.  Here’s a look at some of the Simmons-inspired work of third graders at, appropriately enough,...

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