Insights into Patriot Joseph Kershaw– Highly Anticipated Program Oct. 28

KC Historical Society Program
Sunday afternoon Oct. 28, 2018, at 3:00 p.m.
Rear Building, Kershaw County School District Office
2029 W. DeKalb Street, Camden, SC

BC Venture 600 dpi
Joseph Kershaw–How ‘Twas Done
Speaker  Kenneth E. Lewis
Anthropologist, Archaeologist, Author

A man who knows his subject “from the ground up,” Kenneth E. Lewis has been involved since the mid-1970s in archaeological and archival research of Camden and area. [See a 1976 report of his you can download on early excavations in Camden.] His 2017 book The Carolina Backcountry Venture culminates over four decades of his work studying the Wateree River Valley, 1740-1810.

Dr. Lewis’s program Oct. 28 will focus on the networking contributions of the patriot-founder Joseph Kershaw, for whom Kershaw County was named. Expansive insights!

Also comments from Halie Brazier, director of Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site in Camden, SC.

Interested members of public welcomed.

Joan A. Inabinet and L. Glen Inabinet are co-authors of A HISTORY OF KERSHAW COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA (2011, University of South Carolina Press) and active in the Kershaw County Historical Society in Camden, S.C.

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