Five cabins to span centuries of black story

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Five old slave cabins have sat largely unused on the grounds Drayton Hall for years. But now that's all changing: The cabins will be "authentically" restored, with one cabin representing a section of the plantations past.

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The cabins were used by black families from before the Civil War, to after where the slave's descendants stayed on as gardeners.

Head over to The Post and Courier for lots of details on the restoration and how they're doing it. And hop over to Charleston Spots for lots of shots of the cabins.

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