Libby Holloway, left, and Anna Schafer, right, both Beaufort History Museum board members, share a laugh while hanging a Civil War era gun on Thursday afternoon while setting up the new exhibit on the First South Carolina Colored Troops in the Beaufort History Museum at City Hall in Beaufort.  The exhibit will open on Sept. 5 and will run through December.  To see a video about the exhibit go to islandpacket.com/local-news-videos.
Libby Holloway, left, and Anna Schafer, right, both Beaufort History Museum board members, share a laugh while hanging a Civil War era gun on Thursday afternoon while setting up the new exhibit on the First South Carolina Colored Troops in the Beaufort History Museum at City Hall in Beaufort. The exhibit will open on Sept. 5 and will run through December. To see a video about the exhibit go to islandpacket.com/local-news-videos. Staff photo
Libby Holloway, left, and Anna Schafer, right, both Beaufort History Museum board members, share a laugh while hanging a Civil War era gun on Thursday afternoon while setting up the new exhibit on the First South Carolina Colored Troops in the Beaufort History Museum at City Hall in Beaufort. The exhibit will open on Sept. 5 and will run through December. To see a video about the exhibit go to islandpacket.com/local-news-videos. Staff photo

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