Abraham the Unstoppable, Part 7

April 25, 2019

In the climax of his dramatic story, Abraham’s efforts to bring hope to the garrison at Fort Loudoun ended in tragedy and despair. While assisting his comrades at Fort Prince George, Abraham dodged Cherokee bullets and flying tomahawks, and then...

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'Charleston Time Machine' named Best Podcast in City Paper's Best of 2019

April 23, 2019

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Thanks to everyone who voted for The Charleston Time Machine Podcast this year in Charleston City Paper's Best of Charleston. It's CCPL's first win ever, so it's a great feeling to find out how many people have become fans of ou...

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Street Cars and Trolleys on Sullivan’s Island, 1875-1927

April 19, 2019

Once a remote and desolate beachfront, Sullivan’s Island has developed into a bustling and chic destination since the first summer residents camped there in 1791. That transformation could not have happened without the aid of ferries, mule-power...

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Human Library reading list: Learn more about transgender issues and stories

April 19, 2019

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Lee Anne Leland, co-facilitator of The Charleston Area Transgender Support group and a former board member of We Are Family, spent Saturday afternoon in the Hurd/St. Andrews Regional Library auditorium sharing stories, challenge...

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Human Library reading and viewing list: Books and films documenting the Holocaust

April 13, 2019

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Joe Engel, a survivor of Auschwitz concentration camp and member of the Charleston Jewish Federation, spent Saturday afternoon in the Main Library Auditorium sharing tales of survival, hope, and sadness from World War II and the...

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Abraham the Unstoppable, Part 6

April 12, 2019

Let’s return to the epic saga of the brave courier, Abraham the Unstoppable. Following the colonial army’s stinging, chaotic battle with the Cherokee in late June, 1760, Abraham carried devastating news back to the provincial government in Cha...

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Steamboating from Edisto to Charleston ca. 1900

April 5, 2019

Have you ever wondered what it was like to ride a steamboat from Edisto Island to Charleston around the turn of the twentieth century, before the arrival of the automobile? Today we’ll board the steamer Pilot Boy and make that journey with a you...

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Which literary dog are you?

April 4, 2019

It's spring! And that usually means  lots of puppies ready for adoption, long trips to the dog park, and pondering a purchase of a training book at the pet store. But have you ever wondered which literary dog you'd be?

Take our quiz and find out...

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Abraham the Unstoppable, Part 5

March 29, 2019

As South Carolina shudders between the extremes of peaceful diplomacy and bloody warfare in the summer of 1760, the epic travels of Abraham the express rider continue along the knife edge between safety and danger. His great skills as an intrepid ...

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Be heard: Share your story about restaurant integration in Charleston

March 26, 2019

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Did you, or someone you know, experience restaurant integration in the Charleston area firsthand? If so, there is now a chance to have your stories heard. The Post and Courier is partnering with the Charleston County Publi...

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