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  • On Borrowed Ground: Free African-American life in Charleston, South Carolina 1810-61(76 clicks)
    by Jason Poole
  • Folk Art of the South Carolina Low Country(86 clicks)
    From Kenyon College
  • Jews of Nineteenth Century Charleston(99 clicks)
    The Jews of Nineteenth Century Charleston: Ethnicity in a Port City. Gemma Romain University of Southampton
  • Jews of Nineteenth Century Charleston(80 clicks)
    The Jews of Nineteenth Century Charleston: Ethnicity in a Port City. Gemma Romain University of Southampton
  • John Andrew Jackson: The Experience of a Slave in South Carolina.(86 clicks)
    Published originally by London: Passmore & Alabaster, 1862. Here republished by the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
  • Palmetto Pathos(98 clicks)
    "Palmetto Pathos is an examination of a Southern family, from their 1684 arrival in Pennsylvania to Southern Spartanburg County in the present."
  • South Carolina State Museum(76 clicks)
    Official site
  • The Rice Museum(176 clicks)
    Rice cultivation played an important role in South Carolina history.
  • The South Carolina Legal History Collection(83 clicks)