Negro House at Sierra Leone, from an 18th Century engraving
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On February 11, 2005 people gathered at Boone Hall Plantation & Farms in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, to hear of the recent historical research uncovering Priscilla's story and linking her to her modern-day descendants in South Carolina.

They came from Sierra Leone, South Carolina, and Rhode Island, and elsewhere, brought together by Priscilla's story. The following reflections are from just a few of the people touched by that story.

View from the Boone Hall Plantation, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina