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|Material Type:||Biography, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||190 p. : map, ports. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||At age one hundred, lively as a dancer : Georgianna Barnwell, born in 1881 --
The hunt was the thing : John Huggins, born in 1891 --
Tycoon of the Low Country : Albert Kisler 'Kiss' Beach, born in 1892 --
'It was some hard work' : William Aiken, born in 1894- --
'Miss Hubbard, ' the teacher : Agnes Hubbard Allen, born in 1896 --
Summoned to sea at an early age : John Martin, born in 1896 --
Love affair with an island : Hinson White, born in 1900 --
These two pulled together : Thomas and Annie Fuller, born in 1900- --
At home in the woods : Hugh O'Quinn, born in 1901 --
Herring salad on Myrtle Island : Martin Stelljes, born in 1903 ; Anna Stelljes, born in 1909 --
Southern cookin' and free counsel : Katie McElveen, born in 1904 --
From the matriarch: 'I've done my tas[k]' : Queenie Gadson Jenkins, born in 1905 --
A young man and a boat : Edmond Hudson, born in 1905 --
Saturday night music and terrapin 'smother' : Herbert Chaplin, born in 1907 ; Regina Perry Chaplin, born in 1906- --
A century of music : Luke Peeples, born in 1906 --
Educator with a chuckle : Henry Emmett McCracken, born in 1906 --
A sport from New York : Henry Sergeant 'Harry' Cram, born in 1907 --
Back to Running Deer Plantation : Wilson Sanders, born in 1907 --
Neighbors acted neighborly : Johnny White, born in 1909 --
Carolina sport in the good old days : Margaret Lawrence Armstrong, born in 1910- --
These brothers had tales to tell : Gaillard Stoney Heyward, born in 1910 ; Daniel Hasell Heyward, Jr., born in 1915 --
Early twentieth-century education on Daufuskie : Frances Jones, born in 1910 --
Daufuskie, nothin' else like it : Lance Burn, born in 1911; Frank Burn, born in 1916- --
Livin' by the rhythm of the tide :Alma Platt Hudson, born in 1911--
Oyster factory and opera records : Naomi McCreary McCracken, born in 1911- --
Superintendent of Bull Island Plantation : Delmar Beach, born in 1912- --
Sweet corn, children and catechism : Paul Pinckney, born in 1912 --
Back and forth, back and forth : Charlie Simmons, Sr., born in 1913- --
Legend in the seafood industry : Paul Maggioni, born in 1913 --
Oysterman, lawman, storyteller : Lynn Livingston 'Buck' Smith Jr., born in 1917 --
A windmill-powered radio : Annie Mae Mulligan Smith Jones, born in 1920- --
Oysters, pride of the Low Country : S.V. 'Chief' Toomer, born in 1920 --
Gerry and Daufuskie's emergencies : Gerry Wheelihan, born in 1920 --
Pinckney Island Plantation, 'heaven' : June Smith, born in 1920- --
Want to know about oysters? ask Kidd : Andrew Kidd Jr., born in 1927 --
Butter-bean picker turned political leader : Henry Driessen, born in 1927- --
Rose Hill Mansion, a playhouse : Daisy Pinckney Frazier, born in 1928 --
In the oyster business at the age of nine : James Benjamin 'Bennie' Hudson Jr., born in 1932 --
Gullah became a source of pride : Herb Campbell, born in 1938, and Emory Campbell, born in 1941.
|Responsibility:||Fran Heyward Marscher.|
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