If your community or civic organization is interested in learning about the SCHS Museum and Archives, contact Education and Volunteer Coordinator Bailey Knight at email@example.com or 843-723-3225, ext. 117.
The South Carolina Historical Society, through the support of the City of Charleston and SunTrust Foundation, created a traveling exhibit focused on the stories of those who came to South Carolina in 1670, their reasons for leaving their homes, and how Europeans, Native Americans, and Africans interacted upon arrival. Their generous backing of this project allows SCHS to provide this exhibit free of charge to your organization for one month.
Displayed on four free standing, 7-foot retractable panels for ease of movement, this exhibit has been designed to work in most spaces.
For more information, contact Suzanne Dibella at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to download a PDF of the Rental Form 350 Exhibit Rental Form
These trunks are designed around South Carolina Social Studies standards and are available for two week rental periods for $40.
For schools in Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester Counties, a member of the SCHS staff will deliver the trunk to your school and pick it up at the end of the rental period. For schools outside the tri-county area, the trunk will be mailed to your school and the teacher will be responsible for mailing it back to the SCHS. Each trunk includes a notebook of teaching resources, books, hands-on materials, and work with primary sources.
Download and return the request form to reserve your own trunk!
This trunk focuses on the time leading up to the American Revolution and South Carolina’s role in the fight. Designed for third and fourth grades.
This trunk focuses on the economic interests in the Carolina colony. Designed for third and fourth grades.