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E is for Edisto Beach

February 24, 2017 - Posted in Culture
E is for Edisto Beach

Former Mayor Burley Lyons of Edisto Beach talks about the rich history and culture surrounding this wonderful area.

The McClary Family Visits the Strawberry Schoolhouse

February 22, 2017 - Posted in Culture by R. Dymock
McClary Family in Strawberry Schoolhouse

Strawberry Schoolhouse was a private school for African–American children who lived at Hobcaw Barony, built for them by Bernard Baruch in 1915. This was a one room schoolhouse with one teacher for grades 1-5. The schoolhouse had no running water or electricity. Children...

Joshua Shubrick Visits Friendfield Village

February 17, 2017 - Posted in Culture by R. Dymock
Joshua Shubrick at Friendfield Village

Joshua Shubrick was a former resident of Friendfield Village. He split his time between Georgetown, where he cared for his mother, and Hobcaw, where he went to Strawberry School. Shubrick stayed with his grandfather, Timothy McCants in Friendfield while he went to school...

E is for Edgefield Pottery

February 17, 2017 - Posted in Culture
E is for Edgefield Pottery

Potter Stephen Ferrell talks about the history of Edgefield Pottery.

The Early History of Hobcaw

February 15, 2017 - Posted in Culture by R. Dymock
Leland Ferguson

Hobcaw Barony, known to Native Americans as “Between the Waters,” has a rich past. Although Hobcaw is best known for the Baruch family and their many wealthy and well-known visitors, the 20th century is only a small part of Hobcaw’s story. For most of its history, the...

The Waccamaw Indian People

February 10, 2017 - Posted in Culture by Betsy Newman
Buster Hatcher, Chief of the Waccamaw Indian People,

The Native American presence at Hobcaw Barony is apparent in the property’s very name, said to be a Native American word meaning “between the waters.” Physical evidence is readily seen in the shell middens that line the shores of Hobcaw’s creeks and emerge as outcroppings...

D is for Duke's Mayonnaise

February 10, 2017 - Posted in Culture
D is for Duke's Mayonnaise

Joseph F. Collerd, Sr. Director of Marketing for the C.F. Sauer Company, tells us the history of Duke's Mayonnaise.

C is for Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway

February 3, 2017 - Posted in Culture
C is for Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway

C is for Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway. Narrated by Dennis V. Chastain.

B is for Brookgreen Gardens

January 27, 2017 - Posted in Culture
B is for Brookgreen Garden

B is for Brookgreen Gardens. Helen Benso, VP of Marketing at Brookgreen Gardens talks about this wonderful resource. Brookgreen Gardens is located between Myrtle Beach and Pawleys Island, South Carolina, off US Highway 17 Bypass, across from Huntington Beach State Park.

A is for Ace Basin

January 20, 2017 - Posted in Culture
A is for Ace Basin

A is for Ace Basin. Dean Harrigal, Wildlife Biologist, with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) talks about the Ace Basin.

Behind the Scenes with the Between the Waters Project Director

October 25, 2016 - Posted in Culture by Tabitha Safdi
Between the Waters Homepage

Between the Waters is a production of South Carolina ETV and is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and Humanities South Carolina. The first project about Hobcaw Barony, produced by SCETV, was a television documentary entitled The Baruchs of Hobcaw , which...

"Raging Water" explores SC 1,000-Year Flood

September 21, 2016 - Posted in Culture by Glenn Rawls
National Guardsmen in helicoper observe flooded river

ETV’s new film Raging Water explores the effects of the historic “1,000-year flood” on South Carolina. As a potential rain event turned into a catastrophe, South Carolina is faced with overwhelming rainfall, 19 deaths, the breach of manmade structures, the failure of water...

Behind the Scenes of "Raging Water"

September 21, 2016 - Posted in Culture by Tabitha Safdi
Raging Water

Raging Water takes a look back at the historic floods that devastated the state last October. Mark Adams, the producer/director of the documentary shares a behind-the-scenes look into the making of the film. Raging Water includes photos and footage that illustrate the...

The Mayor: Age of Riley

April 8, 2016 - Posted in Culture by Glenn Rawls
Mayor Riley in an early Spoleto film.

The Mayor: Age of Riley, directed by Barbara Tranter and produced by Jennet Robinson Alterman, follows the career of Charleston Mayor Joe Riley’s remarkable four decade tenure. The film, four years in the making, features interviews with Mayor Riley and those who found...

Film Reveals the Controversial Life and Work of SC Author

February 16, 2016 - Posted in Culture by Glenn Rawls
Julia Peterkin

The controversial life of South Carolina author Julia Peterkin , the white wife of a plantation owner who won a 1929 Pulitzer Prize for her book, Scarlet Sister Mary , is the subject of the one-hour documentary, “ The World of Julia Peterkin: Cheating the Stillness ,” which...

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