Garrett, Wendell
February 2003
Magazine Antiques;Feb2003, Vol. 163 Issue 2, p52
Provides insights into the history of Charleston, South Carolina. City's role as a crossroads of transatlantic trade at the time of the British Empire; Racial and ethnic origins of Charleston's early settlers; Levels of wealth and manner of living in Charleston in the 18th century.


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