By Robert McAlister

ISBN-10: 1467117773

ISBN-13: 9781467117777

ISBN-10: 1540202259

ISBN-13: 9781540202253

North Island has constantly been the beacon from the ocean top towards Georgetown, South Carolina. It was once an island of exploration for the Spanish in 1526 and the 1st touchdown position of Lafayette, France�s hero of the yank Revolution, in 1777. It used to be a summer season lodge for aristocratic rice planters and their slaves from Georgetown and Waccamaw Neck until eventually 1861. North Island�s lighthouse, inbuilt 1812, led millions of cruising ships from world wide previous tremendous stone jetties and during Winyah Bay to Georgetown. at the present time, North Island is a sanctuary and laboratory for the examine of nature�s results in this detailed barrier island. subscribe to historian Robert McAlister as he recounts the island�s storied past.

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