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African American history, Education, Historical Interpreters, Research, Teachers

Daily at 11:15 am and 2:15 pm Drayton Hall presents the most important history talk in Charleston, SC – Port to Plantation: Slavery and the Making of the Early Lowcountry…

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Education, Research, Staff, Teachers

By Rikki Davenport, Curator of Education On September 19th, I had the honor and pleasure of chairing and presenting a panel discussion at the 2014 American Association for State and…

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Education, Event, Teachers, Uncategorized

Last weekend Drayton Hall participated in the Charleston History Fair at Magnolia Plantation, just next door.  There was a great turnout from about 40 local history organizations including the Avery…

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Breaking News, Education, Teachers, Uncategorized

Although our Executive Director, Dr. George McDaniel, has spent the majority of his career at Drayton Hall, he is the first to tell people that at heart, he’s always been…

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Education, Teachers

Rikki Davenport is our Curator of Education and oversees everything student related (plus a whole lot more) at Drayton Hall. Read on for some thoughts on our most recent season…

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Education, Event, Teachers, Uncategorized

This spring marked the third year that I have worked with students in The Citadel’s Teacher Education Program. Cadets and veterans trained with Drayton Hall educators and took part in…

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