Doctoral student Katie Seeber, right, scans a portion of the Zion Chapel of Ease cemetery on Hilton Head Island with assistance from her professor Matthew Sanger of Binghamton University in New York, left, and David Gordon, president of the S.C. Archaelogical Society’s Hilton Head chapter.
Doctoral student Katie Seeber, right, scans a portion of the Zion Chapel of Ease cemetery on Hilton Head Island with assistance from her professor Matthew Sanger of Binghamton University in New York, left, and David Gordon, president of the S.C. Archaelogical Society’s Hilton Head chapter. David Lauderdale dlauderdale@islandpacket.com
Doctoral student Katie Seeber, right, scans a portion of the Zion Chapel of Ease cemetery on Hilton Head Island with assistance from her professor Matthew Sanger of Binghamton University in New York, left, and David Gordon, president of the S.C. Archaelogical Society’s Hilton Head chapter. David Lauderdale dlauderdale@islandpacket.com

‘Digging’ up bones of Hilton Head’s past

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David Lauderdale writes about the people, culture, traditions and issues of the South Carolina Lowcountry.