On the afternoon of April 11, 1861, a small open boat flying a white flag pushed off from the tip of the narrow peninsula surrounding the city of Charleston. The vessel carried three envoys representing the Confederate States government Read…
About a dozen or so archaeologists in downtown Columbia, S.C. are focused on a 165-acre sliver of land that used to be a prisoner of war camp during the Civil War. Read Entire Article
The remains of a ship that was commandeered in Charleston harbor by an enslaved black man during the Civil War and used as an escape vehicle may have been discovered off the South Carolina coast Read Entire Article
The answer to one of Beaufort County’s oldest mysteries will be officially unveiled next month, along with a new gravestone Read Entire Story
Visitors to the State Capitol can step back in time Saturday, April 12, at the site’s “Raleigh Occupied” living history program.
The College of Charleston received more than 100 applications from people interested in being the 22nd president of the 13th oldest educational institution in the United States. Read Entire Article
The city of Charleston is putting on the 150th commemoration of the “Charleston Riot Days” this weekend starting Friday, March 28-30 in the downtown Charleston square. Read Entire Article
A rare Civil War weapon that sparked the imagination of collectors and historians across the country is going back home Read Entire Article