Robert Smalls’ house at 511 Prince St. in Beaufort is one of five sites that would be included in a potential national monument to Reconstruction. A public meeting on the potential moument including U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn is tentatively scheduled for Dec. 15 at Brick Church on St. Helena Island.
Robert Smalls’ house at 511 Prince St. in Beaufort is one of five sites that would be included in a potential national monument to Reconstruction. A public meeting on the potential moument including U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn is tentatively scheduled for Dec. 15 at Brick Church on St. Helena Island. Staff photo
Robert Smalls’ house at 511 Prince St. in Beaufort is one of five sites that would be included in a potential national monument to Reconstruction. A public meeting on the potential moument including U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn is tentatively scheduled for Dec. 15 at Brick Church on St. Helena Island. Staff photo

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