280 years ago, the colonial government in Port Royal conceded to the settlers demands for a new fort for protection from a Spanish incursion. Although its original mission was short-lived, in 1863 Fort Frederick stood at the epicenter of one of the most important events in U.S. history.
Come along as a team of archaeologists conducts a month-long expedition at a colonial fort uncovering occupations from pre-historic times through the 19th century. Discover the methods and techniques of a dig.
Tabby was the concrete of 18th century coastal Carolina. Making tabby is nearly a lost art, but is kept alive today by a master craftsman.
South Carolina’s Department of Natural Resources continues their efforts to engage the public in the heritage of the state.