Remembering the Way it Was: Volume Two: More Stories from Hilton Head, Bluffton and Daufuskie

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From cooking 'coon and 'possum to recalling the heyday of Melrose Plantation, these are the heartwarming stories of Hilton Head, Bluffton and Daufuskie before, as the Gullahs might say, "it all change up." In this second volume of personal memories collected by Hilton Head journalist Fran Heyward Marscher, area old-timers tell of the adventures, the industry and the heart of the Lowcountry itself. Before the golf courses and resorts, the residents of Beaufort and Jasper Counties often scraped to make a living, but they left behind stories of enduring devotion and perseverance. Keeping lighthouses on the coast, developing a method for catching crabs with only sticks and hunting quail in Hilton Head are only a few of the tales preserved by local old-timers from the early days of the twentieth century to the times of economic transition after World War II. In ice cream and butter beans, picking oysters and exploring the beach, these memories of the Lowcountry will last for generations.
ISBN: 9781596291386
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: South Carolina
Series: American Chronicles
Images: 25
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.25 (w) x 9.375 (h)
Author Fran Marscher spent ten years as a reporter and editor at the Island Packet, Hilton Head's daily newspaper. Now a freelance journalist, Marscher writes for regional magazines and the Christian Science Monitor. She is co-author of four books about the South Carolina Lowcountry, including Remembering the Way it Was at Hilton Head, Bluffton and Daufuskie (volume 1) and Remembering the Way it Was at Beaufort, also published by The History Press (2005) and already in its second printing.
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