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Event: 'St. Helena's Tricentennial Lecture Series' Print
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Date: Friday, January 21, 2011 At 06:45 PM
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Tricentennial Lecture Series

Beaufort–A Look Back • 1712-1865

Friday, January 7, 2011
“Beaufort During the Colonial Era” by Dr. Lawrence S. Rowland
“St. Helena’s Parish During the Colonial Era” by Dr. John M. McCardell, Jr.

Friday, January 14, 2011
"The Great Beaufort Revival of 1831” by Dr. John M. McCardell, Jr.

Friday, January 21, 2011
“Beaufort During the Civil War” by Dr. Stephen R. Wise

All lectures will be held at the church.

Ticket prices are $15 each or $40 for all three lectures.
Proceeds benefit programs planned for the Tricentennial celebration in 2012.

Program Format:

•6:45 p.m.  Organ Prelude: Ms. Pat Gould, Director of Music, The Parish Church of St. Helena, featuring the Opus 11, 1985 Taylor & Boody tracker organ
•7:00 p.m.  Welcome and Introduction: The Rev. Jeffrey S. Miller, Rector, The Parish Church of St. Helena, and Dr. Lawrence S. Rowland, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History, University of South Carolina Beaufort
Reception and book signing in the Parish Hall following the lecture.

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