Mist on the Santee River 1866-1868

Mist on the Santee River 1866-1868

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Since 1792, when the Campbell's first came to the muddy banks on the Santee River in the lowlands of South Carolina with their free Gullah people to build their rice fields, and their Cypress Hill Plantation each generation had to face wars, and men who they had to fight to protect their people, black and white, and to preserve their way of life.Now the fifth generation, Briton, and Charles who survived the bloody Civil War, now must face the chaos, and reconstruction of 1866.The war is over, but the hatred for the freemen was high as ever from the KKK, and the Redeemers who would spread fear, and even death for the newly freed slaves. The political unrest was just as bad for these two tough Scotsmen, but they had to plan for the future, and to survive the future of their beloved plantation, and for the people living there. What will face these two young men now? How can they survive the future? They will face many turns doing this, just as the many turns of the Santee Rivershow more

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  • Paperback | 340 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.56mm | 580.6g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1514170930
  • 9781514170939