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Christ Lutheran Church

829 William Hilton Parkway

Hilton Head Island, SC 29928

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Day-Long Program: $65 per person

o Speakers (listed below) on topics pertaining to the archaeology and history of Beaufort County during the Revolutionary War and Plantation Era.
o Continental breakfast
o Snacks and beverages throughout the day
o Hot buffet lunch
o Lunchtime speaker, Emory Campbell, Inaugural Chairman of the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Commission and native island resident; The Emergence of the Gullah Culture in South Carolina
o Late afternoon wine and hors d’oeuvres reception at Zion Chapel of Ease Cemetery with opportunity to meet individually with conference speakers.

Lunchtime Program: $20 per person

Enjoy our catered hot lunch and the talk by Emory Campbell, inaugural Chairman of the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Commission and native island resident; The Emergence of the Gullah Culture in South Carolina

Academic Program: Free for student with appropriate student ID

Enjoy the full day's activities for free with appropriate student ID. Does not include the afternoon reception at Zion.

Speakers:

Douglas W. Bostic - Executive Director and CEO of the South Carolina Battleground Preservation Trust; Purrysburg in the Revolutionary War: American Headquarters and Battlefield

Dr. Kimberly Cavanaugh – Assistant Professor of Anthropology, University of South Carolina Beaufort; The Importance of Community Partnerships

Earl Smith Cooler, Jr. - Chairman of the Lowcountry Revolutionary War Trail Foundation; Development of the Lowcountry Revoluntionary War Trail

Dr. Ehren Foley - National Register of Historic Places Historian and Historical Marker Coordinator, South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office; Historic Preservation in South Carolina

John Moore – Founding Principal and Principal Engineer, 4SE, Inc., Charleston, SC; Proposed Stabilization of the Baynard Mausoleum

Dr. J. Brent Morris - Associate Professor of History and Humanities Dept. Chair, University of South Carolina Beaufort; South Carolina African American Life from the Colonial Era Through the Civil War

Dr. Mary Socci – Resident Archaeologist, Palmetto Bluff, SC; William McKimmy and the Octagon Plantation

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