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Twilight on the South Carolina rice fields

letters of the Heyward family, 1862-1871

by Edward Barnwell Heyward

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Published by University of South Carolina Press in Columbia, S.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Margaret Belser Hollis and Allen H. Stokes ; with the assistance of Shirley Bright Cook, Janet Hudson, and Nicholas G. Meriwether ; introduction by Peter A. Coclanis
ContributionsHollis, Margaret Belser, Stokes, Allen H., Cook, Shirley Bright, Hudson, Janet G., 1959-, Meriwether, Nicholas G., South Caroliniana Library
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF273 .H49 2010
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Paginationxxxi, 427 p. :
Number of Pages460
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24476743M
ISBN 101570038945
ISBN 109781570038945
LC Control Number2009046446
OCLC/WorldCa465867616

Aïda Rogers, Instructor, South Carolina Honors College; Associate Producer, Koelker and Associates. Recommended Reading: “Twilight on the South Carolina Rice Fields: Letters of the Heyward Family ” edited by Margaret Belser Hollis and Allen H. Stokes; Introduction by Peter A. Coclanis. Margaret Belser Hollis, Allen H. Stokes, eds. Twilight on the South Carolina Rice Fields: Letters of the Heyward Family, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, pp. $ (cloth), ISBN

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Publication Info. Published in Hollis, Margaret Belser and Allen H. Stokes, Jr., eds. Twilight on the South Carolina Rice Fields: Letters of the Heyward Family, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, Author: Margaret Belser Hollis, Allen H. Stokes. During the Colonial Period, coastal South Carolina was the largest producer of rice in America.

The crop arrived in the area around A brigantine ship, captained by John Thurber and sailing from the island of Madagascar, encountered a raging storm, perhaps a. Allen H. Stokes is the author of Twilight on the South Carolina Rice Fields ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ) and Twilight on the So.

Fields Point is a peninsula in Colleton County, South Carolina, that has been part of plantation lands and was fortified during the American Civil includes an area of high ground along a bend in the Combahee River and is named for the Fields family that owned a plantation on the property.

The area saw action during the American Civil War including during the raid on Combahee Ferry that. According to the same New York Times story mentioned above: "The final undoing of rice growing in South Carolina was the introduction of other strains of rice into states where harvesting machinery too heavy for Carolina's muddy fields bested the low country's hand labor." At that point, most of America's rice production moved to places Author: Keith Pandolfi.

CAROLINA PLANTATION RICE is proud to offer certified South Carolina-grown “Carolina Gold” rice. “Carolina Gold” is only truly authentic when it is grown in the Carolinas. HISTORY OF THE GOLDEN GRAIN: Ina distressed merchant ship paid for repairs in Charleston with a small quantity of rice seed from Madagascar.

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The Speaker at the Center program of the South Carolina Center for the Book, Stokes will discuss Twilight on the South Carolina Rice Fields: Letters of the Heyward Family –, which he has co-edited with Margaret Belser Hollis.

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Stokes, is a collection of revealing wartime and postbellum letters and documents of Edward Barnwell Heyward (Barney), great-grandfather of Peggy Hollis. The correspondence reveals the challenges faced by a once.South Carolina SC History SC African-Americans African-Americans - African-Americans and the Rice Culture The Rice Culture in South Carolina Written by Michael Trinkley of the Chicora Foundation Rice production in South Carolina increased dramatically after In the late Colonial period, rice profitability also increased.This is a map of all of the rice plantations in South Carolina.

You can navigate on the map within this site. Click on the markers of many of the plantations to see a description of .