Jerry Miller and his group of volunteers have done a fine job developing the memorial site for the ‘Skirmish Near Simpsonville.’ Sunday is the final dedication.
Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at 8:04 am (Updated: April 13, 8:05 am)
The accomplishment of a group of volunteers working mostly under their own power and imagination can be an inspiring thing.
Thus we are duly impressed by the work of Jerry Miller, Uley Washington, Hobie Henninger and a host of other volunteers who have helped create an elegant memorial to the 22 African-American cavalry officers who were ambushed and died just west of Simpsonville in 1865.
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