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 the topic “Sherman’s Invasion of Kershaw District 1865,” which began with Union entry via the Wateree River ferry road into the antebellum village. A special program has been coordinated by speakers Patricia G. McNeely, author of Sherman’s Flame & Blame Campaign, and the Society’s Harvey S. Teal, who will display and explain artifacts he has collected from Columbia’s burning and Sherman’s Kershaw District camps. The only Society business is a brief election of officers.
Join us also for refreshments and conversation after the program. Books of the authors and the Society will be available for signing. For assistance with Patricia McNeely’s visit, the Society thanks The Humanities Council SC!
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