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  • Heritage Days Celebration presenter brings Lowcountry history to life

    Living history presenter Barbara Ingram, of Loris, S.C., was at the Heritage Days Celebration at the Penn Center on Saturday giving attendees an unvarnished look at how life was for enslaved African Americans in the South Carolina, and showcasing how far they have come since then.

Heritage Days Celebration presenter brings Lowcountry history to life

Living history presenter Barbara Ingram, of Loris, S.C., was at the Heritage Days Celebration at the Penn Center on Saturday giving attendees an unvarnished look at how life was for enslaved African Americans in the South Carolina, and showcasing how far they have come since then.
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