This is the story of Rutledge's return after 44 years to Hampton Plantation, his boyhood home. Built in 1730 the stately mansion and its extensive grounds and woodlands are now one of South Carolina's state parks, located 40 miles northeast of Charleston. The restoration of the house, and reminiscences of Rutledge's early years there captures the ...
This is the story of Rutledge's return after 44 years to Hampton Plantation, his boyhood home. Built in 1730 the stately mansion and its extensive grounds and woodlands are now one of South Carolina's state parks, located 40 miles northeast of Charleston. The restoration of the house, and reminiscences of Rutledge's early years there captures the true spirit of Hampton.
Reader copy. Green cloth hardcover with black inlay and gilt lettering, no dj. Coverboards worn along edges, small tear at top of spine. Ex library with the usual material. Spine cocked, book shaken, binding intact. Text is clean and unmarked. Thanks, we appreciate your order!
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Used-Good. No Jacket. Binding, covers and pages are in good condition. This means there is a small amount of wear, creases and/or scuffing. NOT A FORMER LIBRARY COPY. No DJ. Green cloth covers faded with some soiling. Penciled name & previous bookstore owner's price sticker on first page. We are a Howard Co., Maryland-based brick-and-mortar store with over 75, 000 volumes. Satisfaction Guaranteed! !
Near Fine in Good dust jacket. Hardcover with dustjacket, book is in excellent condition, the former owner's name on the first blank page is the only remarkable flaw, dustjacket has heavy edge-wear and a 1.5 inch open tear on the front panel, the jacket is clean, the original price (4.00) is present and or professional (removable) mylar cover enhances its appearance and protects it from further wear, "Hampton Plantation's two thousand acres spread along the southern bank of the great Santee River, two miles off the coastal highway to Florida, near the town of McClellanville, South Carolina, " this new edition includes an Introduction by author Frances Parkinson Keyes, features a section of photographs by Noble Bretzman at the back of the book which includes some great shots of African-American workers on the plantation.
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