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Exhibits being reworked at Charles Pinckney NHS to put more emphasis on lives of enslaved people

MOUNT PLEASANT — The once-overlooked story of the people who were enslaved on the Charles Pinckney National Historic Site is about to get a more telling voice.


An estimated 250 men, women and children were forced to do the day-to-day chores at the Snee Farm plantation house in Mount Pleasant more than two centuries ago.


https://www.postandcourier.com/news/lost-lives-of-african-americans-to-be-featured-in-sc/article_0f21b5f8-57dd-11ea-a15a-cf3dd01c39a8.html

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