Tim Condo, Preservation Society of Charleston
Kayla Halberg, Architectural Historian
Brittany V. Lavelle Tulla, BVL Historic Preservation Research
Anna-Catherine Carroll, Preservation Society of Charleston
Erin Minnigan, Preservation Society of Charleston
Rachel Donaldson, College of Charleston
Kevin Eberle, Charleston School of Law
Nathaniel Robert Walker, College of Charleston
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Charleston Mercury (Charleston, SC)
Evening Post (Charleston, SC)
News & Courier (Charleston, SC)
New York Times (New York, NY)
Post & Courier (Charleston, SC)
For a complete list of historic African-American newspapers digitized by the Library of Congress through the Chronicling America project see: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/newspapers/?state=ðnicity=African+American&language.
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