By: Ruth Taylor White
Date: 1935 (Published) Boston
Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.25 inches (31 x 23 cm)
South Carolina is sometimes called the "Heart of the Old South" because in colonial days it was one of the richest of the southern group of colonies and a leader not only in commerce, but in social & political activities. A Cypress tree is depicted in a vignette above the title. Racial stereotypes appear throughout, typical of that time period. In 1935, South Carolina produced cotton, corn, oats, hay, sweet potatoes, & other vegetables and fruits. Charleston is a busy port and a grand old city with a strong colonial atmosphere.
Note: Image of map description is not on the verso of this map.
Condition: This map is in A condition, with wide margins and vibrant colors. One small crease is noticeable on the lower right side border.
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