By: Clara Childs Puckette
Hardback with Dust Jacket
What began as a scrapbook and a photo album now emerges as a coherent narrative, which one Edistonian has rightly said "will educate those who should know Edisto's history." If such a publication will draw the attention of present day residents to a quickened consciousness of the treasures they have on every hand, then the effort will have been worthwhile. The Sea Islands are unique, and some are as yet not spoiled, Edisto least of all, perhaps. Opening this new door into the past may also open a more informed path into the future.