Joe Roney, left, president of the Lowcountry Civil War Roundtable, and fellow member and past president Johanna Verwer unveil the new historical marker on "The Burning of Bluffton" during a dedication ceremony for the marker and debut of the new pavilion Thursday morning in old town Bluffton.
Joe Roney, left, president of the Lowcountry Civil War Roundtable, and fellow member and past president Johanna Verwer unveil the new historical marker on "The Burning of Bluffton" during a dedication ceremony for the marker and debut of the new pavilion Thursday morning in old town Bluffton. Staff photo
Joe Roney, left, president of the Lowcountry Civil War Roundtable, and fellow member and past president Johanna Verwer unveil the new historical marker on "The Burning of Bluffton" during a dedication ceremony for the marker and debut of the new pavilion Thursday morning in old town Bluffton. Staff photo

Photo feature: The Burning of Bluffton

October 17, 2013 8:06 PM

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