"Possibly of some local interest, with the diaries likely worthy of further study. (Twelve pages of photographs.)"
A flat, meandering account of the changing fortunes of a South Carolina plantation family, from Bresee, who earlier wrote of his childhood as son of the plantation's dairy manager in Sea Island Yankee, 1986.
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