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Tales of Edisto.

Nell S. Graydon

Tales of Edisto.

by Nell S. Graydon

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Published by Tupper & Love in Atlanta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Edisto Island (S.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Edisto Island (S.C.)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementPhotos. by Carl Julien.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF277.E25 G7 1960
      The Physical Object
      Pagination166 p.
      Number of Pages166
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5801819M
      LC Control Number60015548
      OCLC/WorldCa4663795

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      - Explore Annie Blankenship's board "Edisto Beach SC", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Edisto beach, Edisto beach sc, Edisto island pins. Mar 1, - A classic! Includes an epilogue describing Edisto Island and the fables and lore of bygone days. Retells the tales, handed down from generation to generation, of that fabulous, romantic era.

        This really happened and you can read about it in Nell Graydon’s Tales of Edisto, which I used for both reference and inspiration. 4. We drive a blue minivan and it’s kind of well-known because the paint job was bad (thanks Honda) and we’ve never spent the money to fix it. So my best friend begged me to put the blue van in the story. I found this tale in the book, Tales of Edisto, by Nell S. Graydon. Originally published in , this book (which I got from our local Goodwill) is a treasure trove of the early history of the area, complete with a fair sprinkling of ghosts and legends! One such legend is The Galloping Horseman of Pine Baron.


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They were accepted for publication and a writer was born. She wrote her first book on Edisto, the coastal island where she spent many summers. Tales of Edisto was an immediate success, and then followed Another Jezebel, a novel about a Yankee spy in South Carolina.

Next she published Tales of Beaufort and then Tales of Columbia/5(9). Tales of Edisto book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A classic. Includes an epilogue describing Edisto Island and the fab 4/5.

Nell S. Graydon’s first book, Tales of Edisto, was first published in —14 years after the author’s love affair with her second home at Edisto Island began. Her daughter Virginia recalled that a stay there always included daily trips to the post office, especially during the war years when sharing news was of utmost : Papamoa Press.

Edisto, an island, forty miles south of Tales of Edisto. book, South Carolina, was at the height of the cotton boom, the capitol of that mighty southern agricultural kingdom.

Lush gardens, an unpredictable sea, fabulous mansions are the stuff of which ghost stories are made, and Edisto has its share of the eerie and the haunting in its verbal tradition.

Told informally and illustrated with photographs by Carl Julien, here are. Tales of Edisto Author Graydon, Nell S Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used Jacket condition good + Quantity available 1 Edition First edition, Tales of Edisto.

book printing Binding Hardcover Publisher R.L. Bryan Company Place of Publication Columbia, S.C. Date published Keywords South Carolina -- Edisto Island. Bookseller catalogs History;Book Edition: First Edition, Second Printing. Overview. Padgett Powell’s National Book Award-nominated first novel () about coming of age on Edisto, an undeveloped strip of coast between Savannah and Charleston, is "a startling book, full of new sights, sounds, and ways of feeling The book is subtle, daring, and brilliant" (Donald Barthelme).

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Edisto Island, Charleston County, South Carolina Diphtheria, now almost non-existent in the United States was once among the most feared of diseases. Dying on Edisto. Book Five. One death. Two detectives. And unexpected backup. A Callie Morgan and Carolina Slade crossover, standalone mystery.

When a renowned—and now dead—travel blogger washes ashore on the banks of Indigo Plantation, Edisto Beach Police Chief Callie Morgan agrees to head the investigation as a favor to the county sheriff, whose reasons are as questionable as the.

All books set in Edisto Island on the global book map. We found 16 books set in Edisto Island and 36 others set nearby Tales of Edisto by Nell S.

Graydon. No recommendations yet. Edisto by Padgett Powell. No recommendations yet. An oral history of Edisto Island: Sam Gadsden tells the story. Buy Tales of Edisto by Nell S.

Graydon online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 4 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ The locals tell a strange ghost story down on Edisto Island, SC.

It is one of the most horrifying and heartbreaking tales you will ever hear. It is the story of the ghost of Julia Legare. The Legare family owned a plantation on Edisto Island in the time before the Civil War. Their family mausoleum is located on the grounds of the Edisto Island.

TALES OF EDISTO By Nell S. Graydon Printed in Pages  - Hardcover (9 inches / 23 cm tall)Seller Rating: % positive. Get this from a library. Tales of Edisto. [Nell S Graydon] -- A classic. Includes an epilogue describing Edisto Island and the fables and lore of bygone days. Retells the tales, handed down from generation to generation, of that fabulous, romantic era: of the.

Romantic Tales ~ Strange Tales ~ Old Tales ~ New Tales It is said that the sea island cotton grown in the fertile black soil of Edisto never went on the market. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Graydon, Nell S. Tales of Edisto. Atlanta, Tupper & Love [, ©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.

Tales of Edisto by Graydon, Nell S. Seller Calvello Books (formerly Owl & Company Bookshop) Published Edition First edition, second printing Item Price $. Click to read more about Tales of Edisto by Nell S.

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Nell S. Graydon’s first book, Tales of Edisto, was first published in —14 years after the author’s love affair with Brand: Papamoa Press. Verified Purchase I read "Tales of Edisto" in preparation for a trip South to visit some Civil War historical sites and enjoy the beautiful beaches of South Carolina.

This book, written in the mid 50's reflects a time period prior to Civil Rights and desegregation/5(4).I read "Tales of Edisto" in preparation for a trip South to visit some Civil War historical sites and enjoy the beautiful beaches of South Carolina. This book, written in the mid 50's reflects a time period prior to Civil Rights and desegregation/5.