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Chronicles of Chicora Wood

by Elizabeth, Allston Pringle

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Published by Cherokee Publishing Company .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • United States - State & Local - South,
  • Biography & Autobiography / General,
  • History : United States - State & Local - South,
  • Biography / Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages388
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9413593M
    ISBN 100877973652
    ISBN 109780877973652

    The South Carolina Encyclopedia Guide to South Carolina Writers Tom Mack, George Singleton Published by University of South Carolina Press Mack, Tom and George Singleton. The South Carolina Encyclopedia Guide to South Carolina Writers. University of South Carolina Press, Like her first book, Chronicles of Chicora Wood depicts anAuthor: Tom Mack, George Singleton. Aug 11,  · We ought also to keep faith with our Southern ancestors in this ascetic spirit. Studying books like Mrs Pringle’s Chronicles of Chicora Wood is one way to do that. Read this book (only a fraction of its goodness has been told here), and so honor your Southern fathers and mothers.

    May 16,  · The Allstons of Chicora Wood is an interesting and frustrating book. What began as a standard biography of antebellum South Carolina governor and rice planter Robert F.W. Allston, evolved over the course of the author's research into a broader study of the Allston family. William Kauffman Scarborough's absorbing biography, The Allstons of Chicora Wood, chronicles the history of a South Carolina planter family from the opulent antebellum years through the trauma of the Civil War and postwar period. Scarborough's examination of this extraordinarily enterprising Brand: Louisiana State University Press.

    The collection of letters were later published in in the book, A Woman Rice Planter. Another volume, Chronicles of Chicora Wood (), was published posthumously, and was a memoir about her family, Civil War experiences, and memories of Reconstruction. Pringle’s heirs sold Chicora Wood in to Duncan Cameron Waddell. Her second book, Chronicles of Chicora Wood, was published in , the year after Pringle's death. It focused on her memories of growing up during the heyday of Low Country rice cultivation and has proven useful to historians of this period. Pringle died at age 76 on December 5, , at Chicora Wood after suffering a heart attack. During her.


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It was an incredibly interesting read, showing how the plantation came into existence for the Allston family. It describes the people and the setting with awordathought.com: Chronicles of Chicora Wood Chronicles of Chicora Wood Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle Full view - Page 65 - At the end of May my father's entire household migrated to the sea, which was only four miles to the east of Chicora as the crow flies, but was only to be reached by going seven miles in a rowboat and four miles by land.

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Her father, who owned a number of plantations and many slaves, was a scientific rice planter whose plantations were models of organization and Seller Rating: % positive.

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The resulting work was a book entitled “Chronicles of Chicora Wood”. Her portion of that story dated back to the year She was born in the South Carolina Low Country and lived there until her death in Those years took in the Civil War and the resulting devastation that marked the beginning of the end of the Carolina rice planters.

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