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Good weather and a great guide combined for two terrific tours of the historic Venning Cemetery on the Cainhoy Peninsula Saturday, March 19. The tours were led by Cainhoy history activist Fred Lincoln and organized by DIHS’ Lee Ann Bain. DIHS members attending the tours also contributed $640 toward improving the fences at the historic site. And as a bonus, the tour groups got to stop at the Guggenheim house prior to the...

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TOUR THE VENNING CEMETERY


Posted By on Feb 17, 2022

How often do you have the opportunity to learn local history while helping pay for its preservation? For more information, please visit our events calendar at https://dihistoricalsociety.com/calendar-of-events/ Please note the restrictions on member priority apply to both the 10:30 am and 1 pm tours. Each tour is a separate entry on the online calendar as well.

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DIHS is sponsoring a rare chance to learn local history first hand while helping pay for its continued preservation!   Fred Lincoln,  a prime player in preserving Cainhoy Peninsula history, will lead a tour of the Venning Cemetery…an active African American cemetery for those that were once enslaved on the Venning Plantation (now known as Cainhoy Plantation) and for members of the nearby Jack Primus Community....

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DIHS is sponsoring a rare chance to learn local history first hand while helping pay for its continued preservation! Fred Lincoln,  a prime player in preserving Cainhoy Peninsula history, will lead a tour of the Venning Cemetery…an active African American cemetery for those that were once enslaved on the Venning Plantation (now known as Cainhoy Plantation) and for members of the nearby Jack Primus Community. Minimum of a...

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Simmons Cemetery


Posted By on Dec 15, 2018

Location:  On the trail that runs from the Waterfront Piers to Barfield Park    GPS Coordinates:  32°51’15” N 79°54’19” W TEXT OF SIMMONS CEMETERY HISTORIC MARKER Sign Script: (written by Lee Ann Bain, Daniel Island Historical Society, Board Member – Community Outreach, and historical review by Michael K. Dahlman, Daniel Island Historical Society – Co-founder and Board Member, co-author of the book, Daniel Island)...

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