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Magnolia City Cemetery Charleston, SC

As listed on the Magnolia Cemetery website, Magnolia Cemetery first opened in 1850. It is on the land of a former rice plantation. The property was designed during a new rural cemetery movement that crossed from Europe to America in the mid-19th century. 256 more words

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Circular Congregational Church Charleston, South Carolina

An excerpt from the book Southern Fried & Sanctified. Postage-free, signed copies available via the author website, click on title of the book to order and view the book’s photo gallery. 349 more words

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Walking through Yreka history--illegally

I didn’t see the no-trespassing sign until I had walked across the decaying platform, feeling the wood give under my feet as I snapped pictures of the old Yreka Western Railroad station and the abandoned train cars covered with graffiti. 560 more words

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Chestnut Street Cemetery, Apalachicola

The city of Apalachicola and all its beauty is featured in my  book Southern Fried & Sanctified. Postage-free, signed copies available via the author website, click on title of the book to order and view the book’s photo gallery. 202 more words

Historic Cemeteries