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Boyd Saunders’ Presentation

Visit the highlights of our May 19, 2019, KC Historical Society program when artist Boyd Saunders described slides of artwork in progress during his of painting “The Battle of Hanging Rock” and signed copies of the recently published art book

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History Made Art—Painting the Battle of Hanging Rock

Sunday, May 19 at 3 p.m. Society Meeting in the County Council Room At the Kershaw County Government Center 515 Walnut Street, Camden, SC Artist Boyd Saunders, above at work in his studio, will speak at the KCHS program in

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Membership Renewal

Membership renewal time for 2019 invites returning and new members to join us in supporting an interesting year ahead! We count on your gracious support. Please return dues/donations either with our card mailed in December or with our online membership directions,

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Society Trip To Native American Center Nov. 10

At 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, the Kershaw County Historical Society will assemble for a specially planned program for them at the Native American Studies Center galleries at 119 S. Main Street in Lancaster, S.C., less than a one-hour

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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 Joseph Kershaw–How ‘Twas Done Speaker  Kenneth E. Lewis Anthropologist, Archaeologist, Author A man who knows

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Teal Honored, Program Enjoyed

Program presenter Harvey Teal was honored with a special plaque by the Kershaw County Historical Society Sept. 30 at the Robert Mills Courthouse in Camden as “Faithful Friend of Our History, Recorder and Raconteur of All Things Great and Small.”

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Program re-scheduled Sept. 30

The Society is back on track, re-scheduling our program “Mail on the Rails!!” for presentation Sunday, Sept. 30, at 3:00 p.m., at the Historic Robert Mills Courthouse, 607 Broad Street, Camden. Although our earlier plan was postponed by Hurricane Florence,

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