Beaufort Elementary School fifth-grader Olivia Lovett, 10, reads the inscription on one of the 14 granite blocks that make up the tricentennial memorial after it was unveiled by Ben Beckert, 11, left, and Cameron Kearney, 11, right, during a ceremony Sunday afternoon at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park.
Beaufort Elementary School fifth-grader Olivia Lovett, 10, reads the inscription on one of the 14 granite blocks that make up the tricentennial memorial after it was unveiled by Ben Beckert, 11, left, and Cameron Kearney, 11, right, during a ceremony Sunday afternoon at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Delayna Earley/Staff photo
Beaufort Elementary School fifth-grader Olivia Lovett, 10, reads the inscription on one of the 14 granite blocks that make up the tricentennial memorial after it was unveiled by Ben Beckert, 11, left, and Cameron Kearney, 11, right, during a ceremony Sunday afternoon at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Delayna Earley/Staff photo

Monument marks three centuries of Beaufort history

January 21, 2013 12:51 AM

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