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OCTOBER DIHS NEWSLETTER


Posted By on Oct 1, 2019

Our monthly newsletter was emailed today. If you didn’t receive it you can see it at https://mailchi.mp/d413b3ee191c/please-join-us?e=7fd8076993. If you want to be added to the mail list, please let us know at dihistoricalsociety@gmail.com. Thanks.

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Too often many of us think that Lowcountry history began with the arrival of colonists…but there were several flourishing cultures here well before the English, Spanish and other Europeans arrived.  Our September program “Osceola’s Muse” gave us a glimpse but our November program will take us back further and cover the subject more broadly.  Our speaker will be Jessica Knuff. Jessica Marie Knuff is a Daniel Island...

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It’s hard to imagine a better start to your 2019-2020 program year than Tuesday night’s Osceola Muse Preview.  The turn out was big and the program lived up to expectations. We were given behind the scene looks into how the project launched and insights from some of the artists who brought it to life. Executive Producer Carol Antman said she was enjoying her retirement, but the Osceola story stayed in her mind.  When she ran...

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MEET OUR NEW VP


Posted By on Aug 25, 2019

The vice president slot on the Daniel Island Historical Society board is a critical role…the vp is in charge of scheduling/coordinating programs as well as being next in succession to the top slot. With recent VP Chris Frisby moving into the President slot, it’s time to introduce you to Jamey Monahan. Here’s his bio: Jamey Monahan grew up in a ramshackle Victorian home in Madison, GA – the town Sherman refused to...

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