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The Huguenot crosses of South Carolina

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English
Charleston, South Carolina : Huguenot Society of South Carolina, c2001
16 p. : maps.

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Compiled by Mary LeRoy Upshaw Pike and J. Sanders Pike.

"Stories of the areas of Huguenot settlement in South Carolina and the crosses that have been erected in honor and memory of those brave refugees who chose to make new and better lives for themselves in early South Carolina" -- P. 2.

Includes index.

Contents: Goose Creek -- Orange Quarter -- St. John's Berkeley -- French Santee -- New Bordeaux -- Purrysburgh -- Index.

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