Ask and Answer for Oct. 17

info@islandpacket.comOctober 17, 2011 

This week's question

What was the name of the first Civil War-era freedman's school in the occupied South?


Question: What funeral home operator became the city of Beaufort's first black councilman since George A. Reed was made a warden in 1897?

Answer: Joseph M. Wright, operator of the Wright-Donaldson Funeral Home, was elected to city council in 1967.

First to answer correctly: Tommy O'Brien

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