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SC slave cabin dismantled for Smithsonian display

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EDISTO ISLAND, S.C. (AP) — As a cool sea breeze wafted across a 17th century South Carolina plantation that once grew prized sea island cotton, workers this week carefully disassembled, measured and numbered wooden planks from a dilapidated antebellum slave cabin. Once one of about two dozen on slave row at Point of Pines Plantation, the cabin will be shipped north where it will go on display...

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