Tag Archives: Brookgreen Gardens

Final week: final presentation. Meghan Mumford.

Today was a bittersweet day. It was bitter because our wonderful field school is over, but sweet in sense of accomplishment that accompanied the conclusion. I believe I speak for my fellow classmates when I say that the experience has … Continue reading

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Week 3, Day 5 — Jess Hendrix

Today was our last day working at Brookgreen Gardens.  We had a guest speaker join us today, Mr. Robert Sollott. He reconstructs historic homes and buildings, so he has a great deal of knowledge about old brick foundations and the … Continue reading

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Week 3, Day 4 — Allison Varriale

Today we were once again working at Brookgreen Gardens. The day started off a little bit strangely. As soon as we were all gathered in the parking lot outside the Lowcountry Center, Dr. Dillian told us that Jess was going … Continue reading

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Week 3, Day 3 — Lindsey Weirich

Today we all made our way to Brookgreen Gardens, home to acres and acres of rice fields and wildlife.  In the past the land was a plantation called The Oaks which included a “slave street”, separated from the plantation house … Continue reading

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