Brooker Architectural Design Consultants of Beaufort, along with period historian and craftsman Rick Wightman, are restoring the historical Tabby Ruins landmark, located at Haig Point on Daufuskie Island. Work will include capping and stabilizing the walls to prevent further weather damage and deterioration of the former slave quarters that are about 200 years old.
Brooker Architectural Design Consultants of Beaufort, along with period historian and craftsman Rick Wightman, are restoring the historical Tabby Ruins landmark, located at Haig Point on Daufuskie Island. Work will include capping and stabilizing the walls to prevent further weather damage and deterioration of the former slave quarters that are about 200 years old. photo
Brooker Architectural Design Consultants of Beaufort, along with period historian and craftsman Rick Wightman, are restoring the historical Tabby Ruins landmark, located at Haig Point on Daufuskie Island. Work will include capping and stabilizing the walls to prevent further weather damage and deterioration of the former slave quarters that are about 200 years old. photo

Daufuskie slave-home tabby ruins being restored

February 28, 2014 3:34 PM

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