Ask and Answer for May 16

May 16, 2011 

This week's question

What noted planter, in his day nicknamed "Good Billy," built the Tidewater mansion in Beaufort around 1830?

From last week

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

Answer: Singer and political activist Paul Robeson performed in the First African Baptist Church on New Street in the 1930s.

First to answer correctly: There was no winner.

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