Yearly Archives: 2014

Historic Church Architecture

A Passion for Old Churches: Spotlight on Architectural Treasures in Kershaw County  Bill Segars, who confesses he has a passion for old church buildings, was guest speaker at the Kershaw County Historical Society’s December 7, 2014, program in Camden at John Knox

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Welcoming South Carolina Historical Society Tour Guests

At our headquarters, the Bonds Conway House, we were delighted Sunday, November 2, to have welcomed nearly 225 of the distinguished tour guests of the South Carolina Historical Society! We were Site Number 1 on the Camden tour, and we tried to give our visitors cause

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We are 60 and very active!

The Society is beginning new activities after observing its 60th anniversary with a dynamic program October 19, 2014, co-sponsored with the Camden Archives, where the group met with a full house of members and guests. (If you missed having a slice of birthday

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Natural History at Bloomsbury

All seats were filled at the members-only program June 1, 2014, at beautiful Bloomsbury, Camden, SC, with entertaining appearance of Frenchman “André Michaux,” eighteenth-century naturalist, courtesy of re-enactor Charlie Williams. Camden lawyer and author Henry Savage Jr. lived at Bloomsbury while working with

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Sandhill Perspective: Blaney-Elgin

A Sandhill Perspective: History, Legacy, Legend of Blaney-Elgin Guest speaker Madge Black Strickland, author of a new book on her Kershaw County hometown, presented a lively discussion and Q & A on her work Sunday, February 2, 2014, at the Society’s program in the Robert Mills Courthouse in Camden. 

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