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The Carolina sportsman
A publication on outdoor activities commonly practiced in South Carolina including hunting and fishing. The State Library has this publication in print from 1967-present.
Palmetto places : Pawley's Island
A 1996 production of SCETV featuring a visit to Pawleys Island, South Carolina includes the Pawleys Island Hammock Company, making crab cakes and Hobcaw Barony.
Saving Sandy Island
An SCETV documentary about the struggle to save an exceptional South Carolina island and its Gullah community from development. The program tells the story of the unique coalition of conservationists, state agencies, businessmen and community residents that came together to save this extraordinary place and preserve a historic culture. One can borrow the film in DVD format from the State Library or view this documentary at Know it All, https://www.knowitall.org/series/saving-sandy-island.
Sandlapper: the magazine of South Carolina
Sandlapper, the Magazine of South Carolina, was established in 1968 by Robert Wilkins as a means to promote the state and its rich heritage. There are numerous articles about unique places, people, events, and culture of South Carolina in these issues. The State Library has digitized the Sandlapper from 1968-2012.
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