Library News & Notes

Colonial Fort Frederick: Films and Tour!

The South Carolina Commons House of Assembly authorized construction of a new fort along the Beaufort River in 1731. It served mostly as a small warehouse though it was staffed with British regulars from time to time up to 1758. To prepare yourself for the program and tour, read about Fort Frederick on our "Local History and Nature" pages (http://www.beaufortcountylibrary.org/htdocs-sirsi/FortFrederick.htm).Read More...

Beaufort District & Reconstruction

In many ways, Beaufort District was Ground Zero for Reconstruction. As Dr. J. Brent Morris wrote on the America's Reconstruction web site (http://www.uscb.edu/americasreconstruction/): "The Reconstruction Era was literally a period of rebuilding ...Read More...

Well-Read episode #5 - Books That Make You Cry

Need a good cry? Ann and Halle have some suggestions for tearjerkers, and we'll close with what we're reading this week.

 

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Well-Read episode #4 - YA books for Adults

If you've never read YA, it's time to start! Ann and Halle will introduce you to the amazing world of Young Adult literature, even when you're no longer a teen yourself. As always, we'll end with what we're reading this week. 

 

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