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Reading and Websites – Summer 2016
 
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S.C.'s Working Waterfronts: Fishing Villages Evolve
VOLUME 29, NUMBER 3, SUMMER 2016            

By Joey Holleman                                                                       back to main story  


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Reading and Websites

Baldwin, William P. The Visible Village: McClellanville 1860-1945, McClellanville Arts Council, 1984.

Bonner, Walter. Home in the Village: McClellanville in Old St. James Santee Parish, Corinthian Books, 2002.

Bridwell, Ronald E. Gem of the Atlantic Seaboard, The Georgetown Times, 1988.

Miles, Suzannah Smith. Writings of the Past, King’s Highway, 1996, and East Cooper Gazeteer, History Press, 2005.

NOAA Report on the U.S. Ocean and Great Lakes Economy, 2012.
 www.coast.noaa.gov/data/docs/digitalcoast/econ-report.pdf

National Working Waterfront Network. www.wateraccessus.com

Peterkin, Genevieve C. Heaven is a Beautiful Place: A Memoir of the South Carolina Coast, University of South Carolina Press, 2000.

“Vulnerability of fishing communities undergoing gentrification,” Journal of Rural Studies, Elsevier, April 2016.



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