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It can?t be denied that South Carolina?s past could have never been the same if not for its slaves. These folks truly helped shape the state to what it is today, this is why most of its historic sites? lists are filled with something that is related to slavery or notable African Americans.

The Denmark Vesey House is one of them. This site is supposedly the former residence o Denmark Vesey, a free man, abolitionist, and even an alleged insurrection instigator. He was hanged in 1822, after being tried and sentenced for his rebellion.

However, the site that is declared as a National Historic Landmark and is believed to be the Denmark Vesey House is filled with anomalous contradictories and issues. It is still declared as an area of such high esteem, though.
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