Daniel Anderson, left, and Gabriel Potter, members of the Sons of Beaufort Lodge No. 36, the African-American Masonic group to which Robert Smalls belonged, prepare to place a cornerstone for the restored lodge Sunday in Beaufort.
Daniel Anderson, left, and Gabriel Potter, members of the Sons of Beaufort Lodge No. 36, the African-American Masonic group to which Robert Smalls belonged, prepare to place a cornerstone for the restored lodge Sunday in Beaufort. Jay Karr
Daniel Anderson, left, and Gabriel Potter, members of the Sons of Beaufort Lodge No. 36, the African-American Masonic group to which Robert Smalls belonged, prepare to place a cornerstone for the restored lodge Sunday in Beaufort. Jay Karr

PHOTOS: Cornerstone laid at Sons of Beaufort Lodge

October 26, 2014 06:23 PM

UPDATED October 26, 2014 07:28 PM

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