Southern plantations are an endless source of fascination. That’s no surprise since these palatial homes are rich in history, representing a pivotal time in U.S. history that truly is “gone with the wind.” With the Civil War literally exploding all around, many of these homes were occupied either by Confederate or Union troops. Today, there are more than thirty plantations open to the public in South Carolina. Plantations and Historic Homes of South Carolina takes the reader on the tours and talks to the guides to dig even further if there is more to discover. If only the walls could talk, the stories we might hear!
Jai Williams is a writer as well as travel and culinary photographer. Her photography is visible in digital publications such as the Washington Post, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, Serious Eats, and the Library of Congress to name a few. Her previously co-authored book, Plantations of Virginia, continues to appeal to history and travel aficionados alike.