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Walter Edgar's Journal

A History of Kershaw County


Friday - March 09, 2012


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About This Show

(Originally broadcast 05/06/11) Joan A. Inabinet and L. Glen Inabinet join Dr. Edgar to talk about their new book, A History of Kershaw County, and to share insightful tales of the region's inhabitants through defining historical moments. Their history is a much-anticipated, comprehensive narrative describing a South Carolina community rooted in strong local traditions. From prehistoric to present times, the history spans Native American dwellers through the county's major roles in the American Revolution and Civil War, to the commercial and industrial innovations of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The conversation takes place in our studios before an audience of longtime supporters of ETV and ETV Radio.


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