In this Feb. 12 photograph, a marker is seen outlining some of the history of the Liberty Hill community in North Charleston. The community dates to the Reconstruction era. The National Park Service has announced a one-year study to be completed in 2016 surveying sites of national importance to the Reconstruction era that could be nominated as national historic landmarks.
In this Feb. 12 photograph, a marker is seen outlining some of the history of the Liberty Hill community in North Charleston. The community dates to the Reconstruction era. The National Park Service has announced a one-year study to be completed in 2016 surveying sites of national importance to the Reconstruction era that could be nominated as national historic landmarks. Bruce Smith AP
In this Feb. 12 photograph, a marker is seen outlining some of the history of the Liberty Hill community in North Charleston. The community dates to the Reconstruction era. The National Park Service has announced a one-year study to be completed in 2016 surveying sites of national importance to the Reconstruction era that could be nominated as national historic landmarks. Bruce Smith AP

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