DAR gets lesson in Native American history

  • Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Chief Andrew Spell of the Edisto Kusso-Natchz Indian tribe gave a presentation to the Susannah Smith Elliott Daughters of the American Revolution chapter Jan. 18 at Bethany United Methodist Church. He explained how the tribe has survived since the 1700s and remained in the Ridgeville area. The tribe is working on obtaining federal recognition. From left, Chief Spell and Susan Howe, regent of the Susannah Smith Elliott DAR chapter.


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