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Pamela Sosnowski

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Step Inside Over 300 Years of History At Boone Hall Plantation Step Inside Over 300 Years of History At Boone Hall Plantation

By Pamela Sosnowski

Boone Hall Plantation of Charleston is known as America's most photographed plantation. Encompassing over 700 acres of beautiful scenery and farmland, the property is one of Charleston's most popular tourist attractions.

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Friends of the Hunley Hopes To Preserve History and Solve An Underwater Mystery Friends of the Hunley Hopes To Preserve History and Solve An Underwater Mystery

By Pamela Sosnowski

The Civil War combat submarine H.L. Hunley sunk in 1864 and remained there until a dive team discovered the craft in 2001. Today, Friends of the Hunley are educating visitors about the underwater craft's historical significance and trying to solve the mystery behind its demise.

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Greenville Museum Shines A Brighter Light on Shoeless Joe Jackson's Legacy Greenville Museum Shines A Brighter Light on Shoeless Joe Jackson's Legacy

By Pamela Sosnowski

"Shoeless" Joe Jackson was one of major league baseball's most beloved players in the early 20th century until he became associated with one of the biggest scandals in the sport's history. The Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum of Greenville, however, is discrediting Jackson's involvement in the scandal and is moving its visitors with an up-close look at the man's life and career.

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Homeless Teens Find a Safety Net at Sea Haven Homeless Teens Find a Safety Net at Sea Haven

By Pamela Sosnowski

For 35 years, the nonprofit group Sea Haven has helped thousands of homeless youth get off the streets and receive the help they need to become self-sufficient.

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