Benjamin Mazyck, the mystery man of Goose Creek : a curriculum for the study of eighteenth century South Carolina Low Country Huguenots, rice plantations, and slavery for grades 3-12
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SubjectMazyck, Benjamin, active 18th century; Huguenots--Study and teaching--South Carolina; Slavery--Study and teaching--South Carolina; Plantations--South Carolina; Rice--Study and teaching--South Carolina
Benjamin Mazyck had a profitable business in Charleston, a profitable rice plantation, was a Huguenot, supported the American Revolution, owned slaves, had a wife and five children, and lived to the old age of 85 years. By using this Curriculum Guide, teachers will be able to bring the time period and lifestyles alive to students. Everything you need to develop comprehensive lesson plans and challenge your students is included in this curriculum guide.
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