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Over 4,000 years old, the barrier islands of South
Carolina’s Lowcountry are ever-changing and hauntingly beautiful. Hunting Island’s importance to
Beaufort and the nation has always stemmed from its use as a recreational area. From the rice planters, who took their families here on week-long excursions to hunt and fish, to present-day naturalists, campers, and beachgoers, Hunting Island’s unique ecology, terrain, and wildlife have always been enjoyed and valued on an international level. Through the eyes of photographers a century ago,
the story of the island unfolds. Readers visit early planters, and meet shrimpers who spread their nets in the shoaled waters surrounding the island. We travel though marshes brimming with life and enjoy moments of solitude along quiet sandy beaches.
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Photographer Nathan Cole has been featured in Beaufort Lowcountry magazine, and his work has been exhibited at large art shows and museums throughout Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. With this new book, his love for the richness of sea island life has been combined with a strong interest in the history of the islanders. New visitors and old friends of Hunting Island will learn from and cherish this volume for generations to come.
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Book Description Arcadia Pub, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0752408232
Book Description Arcadia Pub, 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110752408232
Book Description Arcadia Publishing (SC), 1997. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0752408232