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Bob Sofaly photo Lillian Haist, left, President of the Beaufort County Historical Society, and Beaufort Mayor Bill Keyserling unveil a historic marker at Freedom Mall at the entrance to the Beaufort Marina parking lot at Bay and Newcastle streets. The marker, originally made in 1950, has been displayed at several location, most recently near Beaufort City Hall on Boundary Street. The new location, according to Haist, will be the marker’s final resting place.

MARKER ON THE MOVE

Photo by Bob Sofaly

Beaufort County Historical Society President Lillian Haist, left, and Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling unveil a historic marker at Freedom Mall at the entrance to the Beaufort Marina parking lot at Bay and Newcastle streets. The marker, originally made in 1950, has been displayed at several locations, most recently near Beaufort City Hall on Boundary Street. The new location, according to Haist, will be the marker’s final resting place. 

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