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The Civil War is Lost: How an African American Community and Phosphate Mining Revived Drayton Hall at The Gibbes Museum

When people think of plantations, they tend to think of them as entities of the antebellum past. Plantations, in the minds of many, ceased to exist with the abolishment of slavery. But what happened on these sites after the Civil War? Cameron Moon will answer this question as it pertains to Drayton Hall.

Reception begins at 6 pm and the talk at 7 pm.
Space is limited, reservations are required $35 non-member/ $25 member.

January 8, 2020

The Gibbes Museum
Meeting Street
Charleston, SC 29401

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