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by Paul M. Franklin

Download South Carolina's Plantations & Historic Homes eBook
ISBN:
0760325405
Author:
Paul M. Franklin
Category:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Voyageur Press; First edition (May 17, 2006)
Pages:
128 pages
EPUB book:
1201 kb
FB2 book:
1674 kb
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1853 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading South Carolina's Plantations & Historic Homes. There's a book similar to this one called PLANTATIONS OF THE LOW COUNTRY, by Baldwin, Baldwin and Iseley, published in 1985

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading South Carolina's Plantations & Historic Homes. There's a book similar to this one called PLANTATIONS OF THE LOW COUNTRY, by Baldwin, Baldwin and Iseley, published in 1985.

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Start by marking South Carolina's Plantations & Historic Homes as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this stunning memento and coffee-table book, thirty-four of the state's most famous homes are covered in loving detail and full-color photos - including each home's exteriors and grounds, gardens and interiors, profiles of their famous families, and more. In addition, sites with slave quarters are highlighted for their historical importance. This book makes the perfect collectible souvenir for anyone who has traveled to South Carolina and toured these beautiful homes.

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Woodburn or the Woodburn Plantation is an antebellum house near Pendleton in Anderson County, South Carolina. It is at 130 History Lane just off of . 76. It was built as a summer home by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney. Woodburn was named to the National Register of Historic Places on May 6, 1970. It also is part of the Pendleton Historic District.

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Ashtabula (Pendleton, South Carolina). Franklin, Paul . Mikula, Nancy (2006). South Carolina's Plantations & Historic Homes. United States historic place. National Register of Historic Places. Show map of South Carolina. p. 117. ISBN 0-7603-2540-5.

Paul Franklin is a travel photographer and writer whose work has appeared in numerous national publications, including Yankee .

Paul Franklin is a travel photographer and writer whose work has appeared in numerous national publications, including Yankee, Wooden Boat, Travel America, Coast to Coast, Harrowsmith, and others. He has authored several books, including the Eyewitness Travel Guides Canada and Southwest USA & Las Vegas, and the AAA Spiral Guide to Washington, . Franklin collaborated with Nancy Mikula on South Carolina's Plantations and Historic Homes for Voyageur Press.

The plantations and historic homes of South Carolina, one of the richest states for plantations, draw millions of visitors each year. In this stunning memento and coffee-table book, thirty-four of the state's most famous homes are covered in loving detail and full-color photos - including each home's exteriors and grounds, gardens and interiors, profiles of their famous families, and more. In addition, sites with slave quarters are highlighted for their historical importance. This book makes the perfect collectible souvenir for anyone who has traveled to South Carolina and toured these beautiful homes.
  • Virn
While this is a nice book, it's a very small, selective survey. I bought this book for the Kindle since it is no longer in print, and it works rather well as long as you are color enabled. The book includes well-written profiles and beautiful photography for 34 landmark sites from Charleston to the Upcountry. All the landmarks you expect to see in a photo essay like this are here. There are no blatant omissions.

The text is purely functional and isn't deeply researched enough to be of much use for a local or architectural historian. It's really intended for a casual reader. The photography is the feature attraction. The lovely color photographs include exteriors, interiors, architectural details and gardens for each site. This is a book to stare at, if not to read.

That said, it's definitely worth the $15 Kindle price, but beware the market prices. Being essentially a coffee table book of well-known sites, with little professional appeal, anything more than about $40 for a new hardback would be too much.

There's a book similar to this one called PLANTATIONS OF THE LOW COUNTRY, by Baldwin, Baldwin and Iseley, published in 1985. That book is superb, despite its age, and is an excellent companion volume to this one.
  • Kamuro
We love to travel and visit antebellum homes. This book is very well written with great photos of a very beautiful state. A must for the traveler or armchair traveler.
  • Dagdage
Relocated to South Carolina and immersed myself in local history. This is an excellent source of info on the gilded age of this area. These Mansions rival Newport RI, but are located in some of the most obscure areas. A must read for any history buff.
  • Qane
I like this book because it combines color photos with a good general history of the homes, and the residents of those homes. It is a great reference book if you plan to visit these homes.
  • Butius
great purchase