9 edition of Remembering the Way It Was at Beaufort, Sheldon and the Sea Islands found in the catalog.
August 30, 2006 by History Press .
Written in English
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Perspective on the birth years --A lady of vision, Grace White, b. --Memory goes back to a castle and a rowboat, Ruby Ellis "Dee" Hryharrow, b.
--A star in the game of life, Jackson Brown, b. --Mechanic and senior deacon, Norman Banner, b. --Perspective. Now, author and journalist Fran Marscher has captured these rich, vibrant stories for all to enjoy. Remembering the Way it Was at Beaufort, Sheldon and the Sea Islands is a collection of these priceless oral histories, which offer a glimpse of simpler times and unspoiled landscapes that cannot be found anywhere : TheHistoryPress.
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