Open the doors to some of the South's most beautiful homes and glimpse a vanished world of prosperous plantations and provincial aristocracy. Arranged around the river systems that supported plantation life, the book surveys Lowcountry architecture and the history of the people who lived here.
by Elizabeth Smith Tucker
Liz Tucker's delightful memoir tells tales of her young, eccentric family at Limerick Plantation near Charleston, South Carolina. Besides the pigs, there were coons in the cupboards and cows in the cornfield, and a husband who believed duck hunting “was why we were put on this earth!”
by Sally Hughes Smith
Clippity-clop! Rosebud is off and running and lands smack-dab in the middle of Charleston! She wants to see everything all at once. Join in her enthusiasm as she explores this beautiful and historic city.
by Marjory Heath Wentworth
, illustration by Lesllie Darwin Pratt-Thomas
Shackles describes what happens when a group of boys search for buried treasure in their backyard on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina. When they unexpectedly dig up slave shackles, neighbor and friend Mr. Green is summoned, and tries to explain the painful hidden history of Sullivan's Island.