Ask and Answer for May 2

May 2, 2011 

This week's question

The property the Killingsworth House on Beaufort's Duke Street currently sits on was originally part of what plantation?

From last week

Question: Before the Civil War, Beaufort was commonly known by what nickname, a reference to its wealth and stately summer homes built by nearby planters?

Answer: Beaufort was known as "the Newport of the South," a reference to its wealth and summer homes built by nearby planters.

First to answer correctly: Tommy O'Brien

Email answers and questions to: features@beaufortgazette.com, and we'll print the first person who responds correctly.

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