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Corporal Freddie Stowers

Corporal Freddie Stowers

In some ways, Freddie Stowers was just a typical South Carolina farm boy who hadn't "been anywhere" . . . when he got an all-expenses-paid trip to France in...

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Mary H. Wright School

Mary H. Wright School

Join us as we explore a piece of South Carolina's mid-century Civil Rights history! We're on location at the Mary H. Wright School, in Spartanburg, South...

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The Avery Institute

The Avery Institute

Join us in Charleston, SC, as we pay a visit to the famous Avery Institute. Established in 1865, The Avery Normal Institute was the first accredited secondary school for African Americans in Charleston.  The building we see today was built in 1868 with funds donated by Reverend Charles Avery of Pittsburgh, PA, the namesake of […]

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Exploring Jones Lake State Park

Welcome to this week's Virtual Travel Video! Join Chumley, on location in eastern North Carolina, where he's exploring a Carolina Bay lake -- Jones Lake. It's...

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