October 28: Historic Bluffton Lecture & Dinner Series, The Reconstruction Era in Bluffton: Discoveries from the National Register Nomination Research for the Historic Campbell Chapel with Carolyn Coppola. The research for the nomination of the The Historic Campbell Chapel to the National Register of Historic Places uncovered physical evidence to corroborate oral history. The absence of recorded history posed a challenge, but a rich and compelling story about freedom in Bluffton and the Lowcountry during Reconstruction emerged. Learn about life here after the Civil War and how this church building became a symbol of the roadmap to a new life.. 6 p.m., at the Historic Campbell Chapel, 23 Boundary St. Lectures are free and open to the public. Donations are appreciated. Proceeds go towards the restoration of the Historic Campbell Chapel. Dinner is $35 per person. Visit he Facebook page: historic bluffton lecture and dinner series for more information.