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JOIN US THURSDAY NIGHT!


Posted By on Sep 24, 2018

We have an exciting first meeting of our program season coming up at 7pm, Thursday, September 27 at Church of the Holy Cross. 299 Seven Farms Dr.   Our speaker, Citadel historian Gary Sinisi, will share a look at Charleston and the Civil War from the perspective of Magnolia Cemetery.  Should be fascinating! Also on tap for Thursday night, Beth Bush will bring us up to speed on efforts to revitalize the Live Oak Adoption...

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PIRATES! S’MORES! FAMILY FUN!


Posted By on Sep 20, 2018

HISTORY UNDER THE STARS Family Movie Night & Campout! Sat. Oct. 13 – Sun. Oct. 14, 2018 Smythe Park, Daniel Island Well shiver me timbers! It’s almost time for the Daniel Island Historical Society’s annual “History Under the Stars Campout and Movie Night!” This year’s program is pirate-themed, so prepare to walk the plank! OK, maybe not…but there will be plenty of other swashbuckling activities on deck. Charleston’s very own...

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Campfires. A big screen movie. S mores. Family time. A dollop of history. That’s the recipe for a great weekend…aka “History Under the Stars”. We hit a few snags back in June but we’re back to give it another shot Saturday and Sunday, October 13-14 at Smythe Park. Join the Daniel Island Historical Society for our Annual “History Under the Stars” Camp-out at Smythe Park on Saturday, October 13th and Sunday, October 14th. Past...

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We hope you’re anxiously awaiting our first program of the year, but unfortunately you’ll have to wait 9 days longer than expected. We’ve had to change our September meeting to THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. Still at 7pm. Still at Church of the Holy Cross. Still Citadel historian Kyle Sinisi giving us a look at Charleston and the Civil War through the perspective of Magnolia Cemetery....

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Have you tried the new ferry service to downtown? Ferries are an important part of Daniel Island and Lowcountry history. Our May speaker Nic Butler takes us all on a ferry ride to the past in his latest installment of the Charleston Time Machine And our own Mike Dahlman shares some more Daniel Island specific information .  Check out the entry on our DIHS website about the role that Scott’s Ferry and Clement’s Ferry...

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