From left, Curtis Shubert of Bluffton, talks with historical storytellers Evelene Grace Stevenson of Beaufort, and Bruce A. Ingram of Jacksonville, Fla., during the Freedom Day celebration at St. James Baptist Church held at the site of Mitchelville, a Civil War era freedman's village on Hilton Head Island.
From left, Curtis Shubert of Bluffton, talks with historical storytellers Evelene Grace Stevenson of Beaufort, and Bruce A. Ingram of Jacksonville, Fla., during the Freedom Day celebration at St. James Baptist Church held at the site of Mitchelville, a Civil War era freedman's village on Hilton Head Island. Jay Karr , staff photo
From left, Curtis Shubert of Bluffton, talks with historical storytellers Evelene Grace Stevenson of Beaufort, and Bruce A. Ingram of Jacksonville, Fla., during the Freedom Day celebration at St. James Baptist Church held at the site of Mitchelville, a Civil War era freedman's village on Hilton Head Island. Jay Karr , staff photo

Freedom rings again at Emancipation Proclamation celebration on Hilton Head

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