Yearly Archives: 2015

Dec. 5 note

If you are brightening your day today taking the Junior Welfare League’s Tour of Homes, you may note in publicity a misprint stating that The Bonds Conway House is one of the tour sites.  Our KCHS headquarters, The Bonds Conway

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Sunday Nov. 15 Bondy Long Tells His Racing Story

Kershaw County Historical Society Program (Open to Public) 3 p.m. TODAY Nov. 15 Kershaw County Council Chambers KC Government Center, 515 Walnut St., CamdenBondy Long, speaker–Camden in NASCAR History Followed by special opening to view exhibit at Camden Archives, 1314 Broad St.,

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RACING INTO HISTORY—Bondy Long Tells the Story

The Kershaw County Historical Society program Sunday, Nov. 15, at 3 p.m. In the Council Chambers room, the Kershaw County Government Center, 515 Walnut Street, Camden     A history heard here for the first time—Bondy Long will tell the story of

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Delightful “Conversation with John Buchanan”

On Sunday, October 25, Society members and guests enjoyed lively historian John Buchanan (The Road to Guilford Court House), who shared insights from his continuing studies of local Revolutionary exploits and personalities. Harvey Teal displayed artifacts recovered from Gen. Greene’s campsites

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Civic Dialogue Forums Begin Tonight

“Preserving History in Camden,” the first of two CONNECT CAMDEN community forums,  each with slightly different focus, begin tonight Oct. 8 at 6:30 p.m. upstairs at the Kershaw County Visitor’s Center, Historic Robert Mills Courthouse, Camden. Presented by the City of

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Program October 25 on Revolution

Conversation with John Buchanan Winning the Revolution: The Road to Charleston Kershaw County Historical Society Program Sunday, October 25, at 3 p.m. at South Building, Kershaw County School District Office, 2029 West DeKalb Street, Camden, SC Lively historian of the

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Great Day at Liberty Hill!

Enjoy views of full-house attendance of 85 persons filling Bettie Richards Hall at Liberty Hill Presbyterian Church Sunday for the Kershaw County Historical Society’s announced May 24 meeting. Many thanks to church members who graciously welcomed us with a delightful spread of refreshments and invited

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Program May 24 in Liberty Hill

The Society would enjoy having you at our program Sunday, May 24, 2015, at 3 p.m. in the lovely and historic setting of Liberty Hill, SC, in the fellowship hall of Liberty Hill Presbyterian Church. The setting is appropriate for

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SC Humanities Director Visits Us

The Executive Director of the South Carolina Humanities Council, Randy Akers (right) was welcomed to the Bonds Conway House on April 30 and thanked for the Council’s past assistance to the Historical Society’s work, especially their contributions to the research funding for

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Welcoming the SC Humanities!

The public may also visit us Thursday, April 30, from 1-5 p.m., when we welcome visitors to our headquarters, the Bonds Conway House, 811 Fair Street, during the Humanities Festival held annually by the South Carolina Humanities Council  and hosted this year

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