A history of James Island slave descendants and plantation owners : the blood line / Eugene Frazier, Sr.
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|South Carolina State Library||975.7915 FRAZ (Text)||0010103548193||Adult SC Collection||Non-Circulating||-|
|South Carolina State Library||975.7915 FRAZ (Text)||0010103548201||Adult SC Collection||Available||-|
- ISBN: 1596299762
- ISBN: 9781596299764
- Physical Description: 188 pages : illustrations, map, portraits, photographs ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Charleston, SC : History Press, 
- Copyright: ©2010
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Introduction: James Island -- McLeod Plantation -- Hinsons and Mikells Plantation -- Dill Plantation -- Grimball Plantation -- Sol Legare Plantation -- Clark Plantation -- Tribute to pioneers and trailblazers -- Tribute to members of the armed forces -- In conclusion.
James Island remains one of the few places in the United States where descendants of slaves can easily trace their roots to one of the seventeen slave plantations. For many African Americans, it is hard to imagine how far this small island has come. In this powerful collection, local resident and oral historian Eugene Frazier chronicles the stories of various James Island families and their descendents. This book also pays homage to men and women of the United States military and African American pioneers from James Island and surrounding areas. -- back cover
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