Posted By Bill Payer on Apr 14, 2021 | 0 comments

“Daniel Island’s meandering 25-mile trail system offers more than a great opportunity for exercise and soaking in beautiful Lowcountry vistas. It’s like a trip down memory lane.    Dotting many of the trails and tucked into pocket parks are historical markers created by the Daniel Island Historical Society (DIHS). The nonprofit organization has placed 14 markers at various spots across the island. Topics range from the island’s namesake, Robert Daniell, to Gunboat No. 9, a wartime vessel crafted on Prichard Shipyard in the early 1800s, to each of the island’s three African American cemeteries.”

To read the entire Daniel Island News article by DSIHS co-founder Beth Bush, CLICK HERE

There’s also lots more information at ISLAND HISTORICAL MARKERS

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