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Drayton Hall hosted a festive Italian dinner at the home of Monte Parsons for the travelers of Drayton Hall’s tour in September, “A Privileged View of Palladio’s Veneto.”  They began…

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Today, camper-historians learned about the activities of children in the past. They were interested to learn that children of today enjoy some of the same activities as children during colonial times…

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Welcome to Colonial Carolina Summer Camp at Drayton Hall!  We met some new, cool summer camp participants this morning!   After introductions, camper-historians learned about the Native Americans who once lived…

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Stephanie Meeks, with a background in non-profit leadership and conservation, plans to tour Drayton Hall and the Ashley River region, Friday July 23, 2010.  After the tours, Drayton staff will host a private reception to…

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Today, camper-historians practiced their own house tour.  Ms. Liz taught the group about conservation.  Reuse, Reduce, RECYCLE!  Using recycled materials campers created keepsake boxes.  Conservation, afterall, is an important part of…

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Today, Colonial Carolina camper-historians learned about archaeology.  Our very own Archaeologist, Sarah Stroud, displayed actual artifacts from on-site excavations.  Ranging from different ceramics to dolls and lead shot, these artifacts demonstrate…

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