South Carolina Historical Society Lecture: 25 February 2014

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25 February 2014 @ 11:00 pm – 26 February 2014 @ 12:00 am
First Baptist Church
61 Church Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Season pass members $85, non-members $90, individual lectures $20
Virginia Ellison
843-723-3225 x11

The sixth program of the South Carolina Historical Society 2014 Winter Lecture Series: “People You Should Know: Remarkable South Carolinians, 1700-1860”

“Moses Brown of Chehaw and Charleston (1750-1819): The “Rosetta Stone” of Black Musicians in Early South Carolina”
Presented by Nic Butler, Ph.D.

See the Historical Society’s Events page for a full list of presentations in this amazing series:

I am most looking forward to this particular lecture. I haven’t a shred of musical talent! I so admire those who do. Music is so thoroughly wrapped up in the culture and history of the era in which it is produced. I’ll be particularly interested to learn how the study of this one musician teaches us about the group as a whole.

Hope to see you there!

by Rorey Cathcart
The Who Hunter LLC

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Professional genealogist and lecturer. Located in Charleston County, SC. Special research interests in South Carolina, Southern States, Irish Heritage and Migratory Patterns. Researcher for Genealogy Roadshow on PBS seasons two and three.

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