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Slavery, Public Memory, Education and the Rice Kingdom

No aspect of the Rice Kingdom’s past is more fraught now than gaining a proper understanding of what Lowcountry slavery was like in scope and texture. We can’t truly know it, but we can come much closer than we have. … Continue reading

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Gullah-Geechee Corridor in AJC

The Atlanta Journal Constitution spread the word on the Gullah-Geechee Corridor complete with a nod to rice culture in a recent edition. They focused on the presentation of Gullah culture and slave life on Boone Hall Plantation for what was … Continue reading

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Reuters Covers Current Real Estate Market in Rice Kingdom Plantations

Reuters ran a piece today on the prices and history of owning Rice Kingdom plantations in the past century.

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