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Floating through history  Guide Lynne Hill (right) discusses the testament of the Powder Works chimney and its role in the Civil War as Nick and Amy Malewicki (left) relax during a Civil War Sesquicentennial tour about "Food, Fabic and Firepower" on a Petersburg Boat replica.   EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
EMILY ROSE BENNETT/STAFF
Floating through history Guide Lynne Hill (right) discusses the testament of the Powder Works chimney and its role in the Civil War as Nick and Amy Malewicki (left) relax during a Civil War Sesquicentennial tour about "Food, Fabic and Firepower" on a Petersburg Boat replica.
 
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1988 Graniteville slaying still unsolved
Aiken County police were certain Wendell Kenneth Gilbert's 1988 death was drug-related, but they never found his killer, who fled in a red Ford Mustang.