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Discussion series on Revolution to wind up at State Museum

The introductory placard of the State Museum's Revolutionary War exhbit
The introductory placard of the State Museum's Revolutionary War exhbitphoto by author

The South Carolina State Museum will wind up its series of discussions and talks in conjunction with its new exhibit on the American Revolutionary War in South Carolina.

The final installment will deal with “Women of the Revolutionary War” on June 28 at 1 p.m. JoAnn Zeise, curator of history at the State Museum, will put the lives of women in 18th century America in context by exploring their roles in society and the creation of republican motherhood. While looking at women from all kinds of racial and social backgrounds, Zeise will focus on several South Carolina women whose lives and actions made great contributions to the war effort and the creation of our new country.

This event is included with Museum admission or membership. The Museum is located at 301 Gervais Street and the front entrance is now open after being closed for several months due to construction.

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