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SO-263418-19
State Humanities Program
Thomas Mack, South Carolina Humanities

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=SO-263418-19

DigiBridge Lecture: Notable Black Georgetonians (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: DigiBridge Lecture: Notable Black Georgetonians
Abstract: Historian Steve Williams explores some of the lesser known heroes of Georgetown's past, from hospital founder Florence Williams to Judge Huey Walker, who fought for the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Author: Steve Williams
Date: 07/28/2020
Location: Georgetown, SC
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJOw7iOHHoM
Primary URL Description: Historian Steve Williams explores some of the lesser known heroes of Georgetown's past, from hospital founder Florence Williams to Judge Huey Walker, who fought for the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Digibridge Lectures: Ghostlore of Georgetown (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: Digibridge Lectures: Ghostlore of Georgetown
Abstract: Join Georgetown, SC folklorist and author Elizabeth Huntinsger as she explores the eerie side of Lowcountry history. From soldiers of the Revolutionary War to antebellum families, there are plenty of spirits - and fascinating historical insights - floating around.
Author: Elizabeth Huntsinger
Date: 07/27/2020
Location: Georgetown, SC
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5osxXdlDP0
Primary URL Description: Join Georgetown, SC folklorist and author Elizabeth Huntinsger as she explores the eerie side of Lowcountry history. From soldiers of the Revolutionary War to antebellum families, there are plenty of spirits - and fascinating historical insights - floating around.

DigiBridge Lectures: Travel Georgetown's Historic Winyah Bay (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: DigiBridge Lectures: Travel Georgetown's Historic Winyah Bay
Abstract: Cultural historian Vennie Deas Moore takes us on the wide waters of Winyah Bay, site of a booming fishing industry from Georgetown's earliest days, a very visible graveyard of a Union boat sunk by a local torpedo, and home to the North Island Lighthouse, where the ghost of the keeper's daughter still warns sailors of impending storms.
Author: Vennie Deas Moore
Date: 08/05/2020
Location: Georgetown, SC
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxZMNKT1aa8
Primary URL Description: Cultural historian Vennie Deas Moore takes us on the wide waters of Winyah Bay, site of a booming fishing industry from Georgetown's earliest days, a very visible graveyard of a Union boat sunk by a local torpedo, and home to the North Island Lighthouse, where the ghost of the keeper's daughter still warns sailors of impending storms.

DigiBridge Lecture: The History of Wilma's Cottage on Sandy Island (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: DigiBridge Lecture: The History of Wilma's Cottage on Sandy Island
Abstract: Sandy Island native Laura Herriott talks about the history and close-knit community that make up this unique island, which quashed a major development plan so that residents could continue to celebrate their Gullah roots and lifestyle to this day.
Author: Laura Herriott
Date: 08/20/2020
Location: Georgetown, SC
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKi7CebZt5U
Primary URL Description: Sandy Island native Laura Herriott talks about the history and close-knit community that make up this unique island, which quashed a major development plan so that residents could continue to celebrate their Gullah roots and lifestyle to this day.

DigiBridge Lecture: A Pictorial Presentation of Gullah Life in Georgetown County (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: DigiBridge Lecture: A Pictorial Presentation of Gullah Life in Georgetown County
Abstract: Historian and professional photographer Vanessa Greene scoured the countryside for photos representing generations of local families as they celebrated life with births, weddings, military service, beauty pageants, trips to the beach and more.
Author: Vanessa Greene
Date: 07/31/2020
Location: Georgetown, SC
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLc_msLFa2s
Primary URL Description: Historian and professional photographer Vanessa Greene scoured the countryside for photos representing generations of local families as they celebrated life with births, weddings, military service, beauty pageants, trips to the beach and more

DigiBridge Lecture: The Gullah Dream Keeper (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: DigiBridge Lecture: The Gullah Dream Keeper
Abstract: Artist and cultural historian Zenobia Harper uses an antique West African statue to illustrate the themes of her poem, "The Gullah Dream Keeper."
Author: Zenobia Harper
Date: 08/14/2020
Location: Georgetown, SC
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5FZ1JXqozU
Primary URL Description: Artist and cultural historian Zenobia Harper uses an antique West African statue to illustrate the themes of her poem, "The Gullah Dream Keeper."

DigiBridge Lecture: The Legacy of Georgetown's Committee for African American History Observances (Public Lecture or Presentation)
Title: DigiBridge Lecture: The Legacy of Georgetown's Committee for African American History Observances
Abstract: Georgetown educator and historian Dedric Bonds hosts a roundtable discussion of the history of the Committee for African American History Observances (CAAHO), formed in 1978. Joining him are CAAHO founders Lillie Jean Johnson, Barbara Huell, and Beulah White.
Author: Dedric Bonds
Date: 08.25.20
Location: Georgetown, SC
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgUXLMc_YoE
Primary URL Description: Georgetown educator and historian Dedric Bonds hosts a roundtable discussion of the history of the Committee for African American History Observances (CAAHO), formed in 1978. Joining him are CAAHO founders Lillie Jean Johnson, Barbara Huell, and Beulah White.

Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage - Virtually Speaking Series Web Resource (Web Resources)
Title: Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage - Virtually Speaking Series Web Resource
Author: Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage
Abstract: Thirty-two virtual programming pieces offered in Summer 2020 and archived on the Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage website. Programs range from "The Amazing Rise of Beach Music" to "Civil War: Reconstruction in South Carolina."
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.morrisheritagecenter.org/virtually-speaking-programs/
Primary URL Description: Thirty-two virtual programming pieces offered in Summer 2020 and archived on the Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage website. Programs range from "The Amazing Rise of Beach Music" to "Civil War: Reconstruction in South Carolina."

Historic Columbia: History at Home (Web Resources)
Title: Historic Columbia: History at Home
Author: Historic Columbia
Abstract: Can’t come to us? Enjoy your history at home! We are happy to offer a variety of interactive online educational programs for students, youth groups, and colleges and universities. All online programs meet South Carolina state standards. Explore our online learning options below. Historic Columbia hopes to provide educators and students with educational and engaging resources during these difficult times. We will be offering all of our virtual programs for FREE through the remainder of 2020.
Year: 2020
Primary URL: https://www.historiccolumbia.org/education/history-at-home
Primary URL Description: Can’t come to us? Enjoy your history at home! We are happy to offer a variety of interactive online educational programs for students, youth groups, and colleges and universities. All online programs meet South Carolina state standards. Explore our online learning options below. Historic Columbia hopes to provide educators and students with educational and engaging resources during these difficult times. We will be offering all of our virtual programs for FREE through the remainder of 2020.


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