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When Rice Was King - Excerpt

When Rice Was King - Excerpt

The cultivation of rice in South Carolina began in the late 1600s. By the time of the American Revolution, it had created…

When Rice Was King - Full

When Rice Was King - Full

When Rice Was King is a hour long documentary on rice cultivation in lowcountry areas of South Carolina:

West African Slaves

West African Slaves

From Teaching American History in South Carolina:

"These are two of eight cabins that were built by African…

African-American History of Georgetown

African-American History of Georgetown

The fortunes of antebellum planters in the Georgetown area were built on the institution of slavery. African slaves by the…

Georgetown

Georgetown

Georgetown is located at the confluence of the Pee Dee, Sampit, Waccamaw, and Black rivers, which join to form the Winyah…

Natural and Cultural Landscapes

Natural and Cultural Landscapes

This video is an abbreviated version of the ETV documentary "Saving Sandy Island." The clip characterizes the unique relationship…





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