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By Eugene Frazier Sr.

ISBN-10: 1540220958

ISBN-13: 9781540220950

ISBN-10: 1596299762

ISBN-13: 9781596299764

James Island continues to be one of many few locations within the usa the place descendants of slaves can simply hint their roots to at least one of the seventeen slave plantations. for lots of African american citizens, it truly is not easy to visualize how a long way this small island has come. It has left them with a legacy of either the enjoyment and the ache of dwelling in a time and position wrought with hassle yet by some means nonetheless intermingled with the happiness that comes from a group outfitted on kin, love, energy and honor. during this robust assortment, neighborhood resident and oral historian Eugene Frazier chronicles the tales of assorted James Island households and their descendants. Frazier has spent years accumulating kinfolk and archival images and kinfolk remembrances to accompany the textual content. This publication additionally will pay homage to women and men of the U.S. army and African American pioneers from James Island and surrounding areas.

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