Edisto Island

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ISBN: 0738517674
Release Date: 2004-11-01
Number of pages: 128
Author: Amy S. Connor
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Edisto Island in PDF and EPUB Great fortunes were once made on tiny Edisto Island, as nineteenth-century planters and their families farmed indigo and cotton. Although the ancient, oak-shaded path to Edisto is now a highway, the trees overhead remain draped with lush Spanish moss, luring travelers to another era. Proud of their preservation of the island, residents here strive to maintain a lifestyle that is close to nature and removed from the hustle and bustle of city life. This remarkable new photographic history features over 200 vintage images, many never before seen by the public. With photographs of the founding planters and their families, homes, landscapes and beach views, and intimate views of everyday life on Edisto plantations, this book gives us a glimpse of what the "island experience" was like through the years.


Edisto Island 1663 to 1860

Filename: edisto-island-1663-to-1860.pdf
ISBN: 9781625844569
Release Date: 2008-03-14
Number of pages: 224
Author: Charles Spencer
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Edisto Island 1663 to 1860 in PDF and EPUB Beautiful Edisto Island has not always been a vacationers’ haven in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Before European settlement, it was home to the Edisto Indians and a wide variety of wildlife. Author Charles Spencer chronicles Edisto’s history, from the early days when English and Scottish planters and their African slaves settled the lush island paradise and established plantations that flourished until the Civil War. Wild Eden to Cotton Aristocracy is an impeccably researched and superbly written must-read for all whose hearts call Edisto home.


And I m Glad

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ISBN: 0738517615
Release Date: 2005-02
Number of pages: 192
Author:
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online And I m Glad in PDF and EPUB And I'm Glad: An Oral History of Edisto Island explores the island's history through the eyes and in the voices of two Edisto farmers, Sam Gadsden and Bubberson Brown, who grew up, labored, raised families, and made their lives on the island. These narratives, tracing the arrival of the first black pioneers, the subsequent slave culture during the 1800s, the difficulties of Reconstruction, to the Edisto of the twentieth century, document both the African-American legacy of the island and the personal struggles of two black men. Overcoming the unpredictability of the Lowcountry's weather, such as the historic Hurricane of 1893 and subsequent storms, the hardships of Depression-era America, and the double standards of a pre-Civil Rights South, Gadsden and Brown detail triumphant lives full of service, hard work, good humor, and faith.


Murder on Edisto

Filename: murder-on-edisto.pdf
ISBN: 9781611945232
Release Date: 2014-09-22
Number of pages: 262
Author: C. Hope Clark
Publisher: Bell Bridge Books

Download and read online Murder on Edisto in PDF and EPUB A big city detective. A lowcountry murder. Peace, safety, a place to grieve and heal. After her husband is murdered by the Russian mob, Boston detective Callie Jean Morgan comes home to her family's cottage in South Carolina. There, she can keep their teenage son, Jeb, away from further threats. But the day they arrive in Edisto Beach, Callie finds her childhood mentor and elderly neighbor murdered. Taunted by the killer, who repeatedly violates her home and threatens others in the community, Callie finds her new sanctuary has become her old nightmare. Despite warnings from the town's handsome police chief, Callie plunges back into detective work, pursuing a sinister stranger who may have ties to her past. He's turning a quiet paradise into a paranoid patch of sand where nobody's safe. She'll do whatever it takes to stop him.


Vanishing Bodies on Edisto Island

Filename: vanishing-bodies-on-edisto-island.pdf
ISBN: 9781493183173
Release Date: 2014-03-13
Number of pages: 124
Author: Doris Holland
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Download and read online Vanishing Bodies on Edisto Island in PDF and EPUB Doris Holland is a retired teacher who lives on her beef cattle ranch in northwestern South Carolina. Her hobbies and interests are many. She is very active in church and social activities. She enjoys traveling abroad and loves to drive to different states visiting family.


The Episcopal Church on Edisto Island

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ISBN: UVA:X030510164
Release Date: 1953
Number of pages: 14
Author: Albert Sidney Thomas
Publisher:

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Edisto

Filename: edisto.pdf
ISBN: 9781614232360
Release Date: 2006-07-01
Number of pages: 160
Author: Cantey Wright
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Edisto in PDF and EPUB Edisto Island has been an integral part of the South Carolina Lowcountry for centuries. For more than three hundred years, Edisto Island was the setting for marauding pirates, sea-island cotton plantations and indigo traders. Today, as one of the jewels of the Carolina coast, Edisto and its people lead a calmer life. With a small year-round population buttressed by a dedicated seasonal crowd, Edisto remains a beloved island community with a rich tradition and history. Edisto: A Guide to Life on the Island is a charming blend of Edisto history and useful local information. Full of details that will surprise even lifelong residents, this book captures the heart and spirit of the island. Author Cantey Wright provides readers with a wealth of insight and creates a deep appreciation for Edisto's history and tradition. More than a history book, this volume also serves as a guide to Edisto's uniquely enchanting lifestyle. Wright uses humor and a warm writing style to take his readers on a tour through the tidal creeks and oak-lined roads, stopping along the way to reveal the best way to catch crabs, fish and shrimp and the tastiest ways to prepare them.



An Oral History of Edisto Island

Filename: an-oral-history-of-edisto-island.pdf
ISBN: UVA:X001240597
Release Date: 1975
Number of pages: 95
Author: Sam Gadsden
Publisher:

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Edisto Island

Filename: edisto-island.pdf
ISBN: 9781625844453
Release Date: 2006-10-18
Number of pages: 192
Author: Nancy Rhyne
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Edisto Island in PDF and EPUB Benjamin Bodicott is a gentleman. A man with brilliant blue eyes, flowing hair and a manner of speaking far superior to his peers, Benjamin is "as near a Rhett Butler" as Edisto Island, South Carolina has ever seen. Whaley, a twenty-two-year-old island native, never thought that she would fall for an aristocrat. But when Benjamin Bodicott steps into her life, everything changes. Whaley, who had been funnelling her passion into music, suddenly finds her attention drawn toward her quickly intensifying romance with Benjamin. Everything is perfect until she receives the devastating phone call that alters her life forever. In a whirlwind sequence of events, Whaley's beloved father is diagnosed with stomach cancer, her prized piano disappears after her father's death and a secret about Benjamin's past emerges, causing her to question everything that she has ever believed. In this tale of romance with a hint of mystery, Nancy Rhyne creates characters as rich in complexity as the beauty of the South Carolina Lowcountry that she masterfully describes. In the sea of turmoil that envelops Whaley's life, she must set aside the world that she knows to determine if love really does conquer all


Edisto Island 1861 to 2006

Filename: edisto-island-1861-to-2006.pdf
ISBN: 9781625844576
Release Date: 2008-03-21
Number of pages: 224
Author: Charles Spencer
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Edisto Island 1861 to 2006 in PDF and EPUB The Civil War hit Edisto Island hard. Between the mandated evacuation, Union occupation and the eventual emancipation of the slaves, the cotton plantation economy that had sustained the island fell to ruin. But this phoenix was to rise from the ashes of war to become one of the premier destinations for fun and sun on the South Carolina coast. Charles Spencer, in his second volume of Edisto history, recounts the events of the Civil War, the struggles of Reconstruction, the effects of the new freedman class and the island’s rebirth as a favorite vacation spot and modern community in the twentieth century. Each chapter offers an enjoyable excursion into the past and a detailed look at the remarkable history of Edisto.


A Sermon Preached in the Presbyterian Church of Edisto Island on the Eleventh of March 1812

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ISBN: 1334343861
Release Date: 2016-11-20
Number of pages: 74
Author: Donald M'Leod
Publisher: Forgotten Books

Download and read online A Sermon Preached in the Presbyterian Church of Edisto Island on the Eleventh of March 1812 in PDF and EPUB Excerpt from A Sermon, Preached in the Presbyterian Church of Edisto-Island, on the Eleventh of March, 1812: Being the Day Appointed for Religious Reflection, Humiliation and Prayer, by the Poclamation of His Excellency Henry Middleton, Governor of the State of South-Carolina The Discourse which is here submitted to the in spection of the Public, was prepared by the Author, in the course of his ministry, for the solemnity ol' the dav set apart by the Executive Authority, for Religious Re ection, Humiliation, and Prayer, without any thought; of Publication. '1 he duty of the Religious Instructor, he conceives, is not to discover new truths, but to illus trate and enforce those which are received and establish ed. In subserviency to this purpose, he can avail him self of the common fund of Divine and human know ledge - ofsacred and pr fane literature; and, if possess ed of taste, genius, erudition, and diligence, he cannot fail to exhibit specimens of composition calculated to attract attention and ensure applause. These are aecom plishments, which he does not ariogate to himself, and prospects, which, at the period referred to, could not; have entered into his calculations. His views were of a mete moderate and less aspiring character, but they were not, on that account, less laudable and meritorious. They were the edificatz'on and instruction of the People committed to his rastoral care, under the in uence of a sentiment which actuates and governs him in the system of lil'emthat of meaning well, and acting for the best. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works."


Documents on Edisto Island History

Filename: documents-on-edisto-island-history.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:911401906
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages:
Author: Charles Sackett Spencer
Publisher:

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