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Black Moses Celebration 1-4098: Ernie Laforest, left, of Beaufort, explains to prospective customers how his dehumidifiers, seen steaming in the foreground, work with a little water and a few drops of incense oil during Saturday’s Black Moses Celebration of Harriet Tubman’s exploits in freeing some 700 enslaved people during the Civil War. Heavy rain and lightning caused vendors to cover up their displays. Laforest was already in the hallway of the Black Chamber of Commerce and didn’t have to do a thing to keep from getting wet. Photo by Bob Sofaly.

Black Moses Celebration

Ernie Laforest, left, of Beaufort, explains to prospective customers how his dehumidifiers, seen steaming in the foreground, work with a little water and a few drops of incense oil during Saturday’s Black Moses Celebration of Harriet Tubman’s exploits in freeing some 700 enslaved people during the Civil War. Heavy rain and lightning caused vendors to cover up their displays. Laforest was already in the hallway of the Black Chamber of Commerce and didn’t have to do a thing to keep from getting wet. Photo by Bob Sofaly.

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