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  • Reconstruction monument public meeting very important part of the process

    Jonathan Jarvis, director of the National Park Service, discusses what still needs to happen in order to get the monument recognizing Beaufort's part in the Reconstruction before the public meeting at Brick Baptist Church on Thursday afternoon on St. Helena.

Jonathan Jarvis, director of the National Park Service, discusses what still needs to happen in order to get the monument recognizing Beaufort's part in the Reconstruction before the public meeting at Brick Baptist Church on Thursday afternoon on St. Helena. Delayna Earley dearley@beaufortgazette.com
Jonathan Jarvis, director of the National Park Service, discusses what still needs to happen in order to get the monument recognizing Beaufort's part in the Reconstruction before the public meeting at Brick Baptist Church on Thursday afternoon on St. Helena. Delayna Earley dearley@beaufortgazette.com

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