This week's question
In the boom of commercial activity in the late 1860s, 20 of the 23 "general" shops listed were dealers in what?
From last week
Question: What Reconstruction-era political leader owned more property than any other African-American in Beaufort in 1870?
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Answer: Robert Smalls. His property was valued at $6,000.
First to answer correctly: W. Monroe Keyserling
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