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Pioneer Trail: Cowboys, Indians and Pilgrims -- Carolinas' Coastal and Atlantic Slave Trade

Updated: Feb 6, 2023

From Cape Hatteras and Cape Fear in the Carolinas to the coastal islands of Georgia, and Florida, the Atlantic tides swept ashore drifters from all over Europe seeking fame and fortune in the post-revolution southern states of the new American republic. Many images in this essay depict the natural beauty of the southeastern US. Jekyll Island, Georgia, is one feature. (25 minutes).

This image essay is an appendix to book chapter on the history of colonization of the southeastern US. It is the second of a series of photo essays on the coasts, swamps and rivers of the American southeast.


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