The Virtually Speaking Series is brought to you from Ridgeland’s Morris Center for Lowcountry Heritage. In this edition of Virtually Speaking, Author and Historian Cheryl Oliver will discuss the roles women played in the Revolutionary War in South Carolina. A Virginia native, Cheryl Oliver has written 7 historical non-fiction books. A graduate of Marymount University, she is a member of the National Genealogical Association, DAR, UDC, in process with Colonial Dames, and was invited to join the Descendants of Jamestown, VA. She is currently working on a book about all the men behind the designing, building, training, and sailing of the H. L. Hunley.
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