Storytellers and re-enactors James Brown, Ernest Parks, and Joe McGill are passionate about keeping alive the tales and legends surrounding the exploits of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.  Their ancestors fought and many died in the now infamous Battle of Fort Wagner, as well as other skirmishes, and details of these events from historic and humanitarian perspectives were documented and passed from generation to generation.  Last night they performed for groups of visiting college students and others outside the Charleston City Jail on Magazine Street downtown.  Here are a few of the images I took. You can book this group. Call Joseph McGill at 843.408.7727 or email: