Chosen exile: the life and times of Septima Sexta Middleton Rutledge, American cultural pioneer
Rutledge Co., Dec 1, 1980 - Biography & Autobiography - 172 pages
This book brings an emerging nation into focus, from colonial Charleston to frontier Nashville, from the Revolution to the War Between the States. Illustrated and indexed.
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Genealogy ISeptima 17831798
Aerial view of Middleton Place
Charles Cotesworth Pinckney 17461825
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