Ask and Answer for May 9

May 9, 2011 

This week's question

In what church did celebrated African-American bass-baritone singer and political activist Paul Robeson conduct a concert in the 1930s?

From last week

Question: The Historic Beaufort Foundation has offered to give away the Killingsworth House on Beaufort's Duke Street to anyone willing to have it relocated. The property there originally was part of what plantation?

Answer: The property on which Beaufort's Killingsworth House is located was once part of Hermitage Plantation.

First to answer correctly: Tommy O'Brien

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