Everywhere has a past, but not everywhere has people dedicated to preserving the history associated with the place. That’s not the case at this 16,000-acre Low-country nature and history preserve, which is home to an 1800 square-foot Discovery Center, 19th century slave village, the old house of Bernard Baruch (which was once visited by luminaries such as Winston Churchill and Franklin Roosevelt), and more.
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