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US Home Front WWII: U-Boat Attacks & POW Camps


Camp Duke

 

When most of us think about World War II history, the SC Lowcountry, and southern coastal regions of the US do not immediately come to mind. Yet as I delved deeper into this part of our history, my discoveries brought me to a place of intrigue and amazement. Did you know...? Read More →


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The SC Lowcountry, Pee Dee,
Midlands, and Piedmont


What is the Lowcountry? Is Charleston a part of the Lowcountry, or is the Lowcountry a part of Charleston? I hear questions like these frequently, especially from folks that aren't from South Carolina. Hopefully, this... Read More →



Town Halls Of Summerville
Full of Character and Prominence


Throughout Summerville's history there have been 4 town halls to include the current one. These town halls have provided much more than simply a place for the Mayor's office, City Council... Read More →



Sullivans Island – A Mysteriously Intriguing Historic Island


Home of the Edgar Allen Poe Library, Fort Moultrie and the Sullivan's Island Lighthouse, at first glance Sullivans Island appears to be a typical small charming coastal township. But when... Read More →






Pickett Park and Pitt Street Bridge
A Hidden Historic Gem


When I have the opportunity to write about, and feature places that, relatively speaking, very few know about; I am genuinely thrilled. Picket park is just such a place.
The history of... Read More →



Bulls Island and Bone Yard Beach
A Low Country Must!


Once the Ferry arrived at the dock, our immediate goal was to mount our bikes and begin movement toward our primary destination – Bone Yard Beach. We studied our map... Read More →



The Charleston City Jail
A Historic Charleston Landmark


The Old Charleston City Jail - From its original construction in 1802 to 1939, the building located at 21 Magazine Street was utilized as a jail and insane asylum. With the exterior stucco... Read More →