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May 20, 2017 - May 20, 2017 – Charleston, North Charleston and Summerville, South Carolina

May 20, 2017 – Charleston, North Charleston and Summerville, South Carolina I stopped by the Powder Magazine this morning. I was early enough that I found a parking space. The museum wasn’t open, but I’m about museumed out so that didn’t matter. I got a couple of pictures and was satisfied. The Powder Magazine is South Carolina’s oldest public building. I also stopped by the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church which is often referred to a Mother Emanuel. It was founded in 1816 and is the oldest African Methodist Episcopal (AME)...

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Mar 30, 2012 - Motel 6, North Charleston, SC

Spent the night in a lovely Motel 6, after a $22 dollar taxi ride. Had a very nice conversation with the female recent MBA graduate driving the cab. Actually this is the Motel 6 that made me decide to go back to the Choice Hotels. I've stayed here probably half a dozen times, its a fine cheap motel I just decided with all the costs of travel I should spend a couple extra dollars and stay in a better class of motel.

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May 4, 2008 - Raising the Hunley

World's first successful combat submarine - Sunday, May 4 The dream of building a submersible boat capable of destroying your enemy’s ships, has probably been around for as long as men have gone to war. We know for a fact that attempts were made to design and build a submarine as far back as the American Revolution, but by the start of the Civil War the only thing any submarine had ever succeeded in doing was drowning it’s crew. But the idea was still alive, and by mid war development of a workable submarine seemed the south’s only hope of...

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