This Prezi shows the large variety of grave markers that can be seen at Charleston area graveyards and cemeteries. If you cannot view this presentation, the link is here.
Friday, August 30, 2019
Monday, August 26, 2019
|RSS 138 is an excellent room for my class!|
What a great group of freshmen I have! Of the 20 students, 16 are female and four are male. Twelve hail from the Palmetto State (that's South Carolina to you unfamiliar with that nickname).
The other students are from Ohio, Maryland, Connecticut, North Carolina, Florida and Washington, D.C.
The students' planned majors are across the academic spectrum. It's nice to see a few historic preservation students. They should get a lot out of the class.
I'm looking forward to a great semester with these young people!
Sunday, August 25, 2019
Here are the addresses of each house of worship. They are listed in the order that we will walk to them during an upcoming class.
Second Presbyterian 342 Meeting St.
St. Mary Catholic 95 Hasell St.
KKBE Synagogue 90 Hasell St.
St. Philip's Episcopal 142 Church St.
French Huguenot 136 Church St.
First Baptist 61 Church St. (due to renovations, not on the tour)
First Scots Presbyterian 53 Meeting St.
St. Michael's Episcopal 71 Broad St.
Circular Congregational 150 Meeting St.
Charleston Unitarian 4 Archdale St.
St. John's Lutheran 5 Clifford St.
There are three churches pictured above that will not be among those selected for the team projects. This is because we will visit these three as a class and have individual assignments per our visits. The three churches are:
Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul (Anglican) 126 Coming St.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church 134 St. Philip St.
Bethel United Methodist Church 57 Pitt St.