Posts Tagged "Daniel Island"


It’s hard to imagine a more qualified speaker for our Women’s History Month program than Faye Jensen! Please join us at 7 pm, Tuesday, March 19 at the Church of the Holy Spirit Parish Hall as Jensen walks us through the fascinating life of Eliza Lucas Pinckney. Although mostly known as the mother of two of our nation’s Founding Fathers, Pinckney is also credited for helping develop indigo as one of the early anchors...

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A TIME FOR ENLIGHTENMENT…


Posted By on Feb 2, 2022

That’s the title of an article in the current Daniel Island News authored by DIHS co-founder Beth Bush. Writing about both the history of Black History Month and all the sites and events locally, Beth begins with “To know – is to begin to understand”, Now those are a pair of worthy goals! To see the entire article, complete with events, sites and local interest points CLICK HERE ELIZABETH BUSH – G.C. Coxswain...

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If the Lesesne Cemetery on the banks of the Wando behind the tennis stadium looks different as you walk trail along the river, you can thank Richard Porter…and Lesesne family member Dan Lesesne…and the DI POA. Photos by Elizabeth Bush According to the Daniel Island News…..”The sun had been up for only a few hours, but the humidity was already in full swing as Daniel Island resident Dick Porter arrived to begin...

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MAY 18, 2021 ZOOM LINK


Posted By on May 23, 2021

Sorry for the delay but here’s the YouTube link to the video of our May 18 DIHS meeting “CainHoy Cemetery Battles with Grant Mishoe. The video quality isn’t the best but the information is good….maybe consider it a podcast...

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Congressman James Clyburn thinks it’s time for proper recognition of the role Clarendon County played in the Civil Rights struggle. James Clyburn According to Brian Hicks of the Post & Courier… “Clyburn asked a subcommittee of Congress’ Natural Resources Committee to add two Clarendon County schools to the National Park System. Those schools — Scotts Branch and Summerton High — are where the fight to end school...

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