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Myrtle Beach and Conway in Vintage Postcards - McMillan, Susan Hoffer

More than 200 postcards, many dating from the early 1900s, portray an array of architecture, local landmarks, and area beaches in Myrtle Beach and Conway, South Carolina.

Object Type: Library

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The South Carolina Encyclopedia - Edgar, Walter B., 1943-

Comprehensive single-volume reference for just about anything anyone would want to know about the Palmetto State's rich cultures and storied heritage, from prehistory to the present day.

Object Type: Library

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The Major Fiction of William Gilmore Simms: Cultural Traditions and Literary Form - Wimsatt, Mary Ann, 1934-

A full-length evaluation of Simms's achievement in his fiction, selected poetry, essays, and short fiction. Includes chapters on the Yemassee, plantation manners, and Charleston "social stabbing."

Object Type: Library

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Seed from Madagascar - Heyward, Duncan Clinch, 1864-1943

Chronicles the linked tragedies of the prominent Heyward Family and South Carolina's rice industry while underscoring the integral role African Americans played in the fortunes of the planter class and the precious crop. A reprint of the 1937 edition, with an introduction by Peter A. Coclanis.

Object Type: Library

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Chronicles of Chicora Wood - Pringle, Elizabeth W. Allston (Elizabeth Waties Allston), 1845-1921

A charming first person narrative of life in the low country of South Carolina during and after the Civil War.

Object Type: Library

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Christopher Gadsden and the American Revolution - Godbold, E. Stanly

Biography of the "Sam Adams of the South," recreating the dramatic and colorful life of SC's foremost patriot during the American Revolution.

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Smart States, Better Communities: How State Governments Can Help Citizens Preserve their Communities - Beaumont, Constance Epton, 1943-

A resource to encourage the development of preservation programs. Describes actions that state policy-makers have done and presents an array of preservation tools.

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Preserving Historic America - United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development

Shows the activities that cities from all across the U.S. are undertaking to preserve our heritage with practical programs, which will enable future generations to learn, relive, respect, and enjoy the American history.

Object Type: Library