Sandlapper : the magazine of South Carolina
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SubjectSouth Carolina--Periodical; Richardson, Anne Worsham; Artists--South Carolina; Fort Sumter (Charleston, S.C.)--History; Historic buildings--Reconstruction--Charleston (S.C.); Historic Charleston Foundation (Charleston, S.C.); Kerrison's Department Store; Tourism--Charleston (S.C.); H.L. Hunley (Submarine); South Carolina--History; Ansonborough Neighborhood (Charleston, S.C.); Hopping John
This January 1969 issue of the Sandlapper : the magazine of South Carolina is Volume 2, Number 1. Selected articles include: Ft. Sumter, Charleston's Second Reconstruction, Charleston Casts a Spell, and Let's Explore a Tree.
Sandlapper Press, Inc.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
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