DIHS Program to Spotlight 'Charleston's Dueling Legacy'
En garde! Join the Daniel Island Historical Society on Tue. Nov. 14 as Grahame Long, chief curator for the Charleston Museum, discusses the dueling Legacy in Charleston. Dueling was an integral part of Charlestonians’ social lives. A gentleman’s duel was a crucial matter of taste and caste. A loss of life was not a high price for those who held personal honor and principle utmost to all other social ideals. The free lecture will begin at 7 pm at The Church of the Holy Cross on Daniel Island, 299 Seven Farms Dr. All are welcome. For more info on DIHS, visit www.dihistoricalsociety.com.