Carolina Lowcountry



The Lowcountry is a region on the coast and Sea Islands of South Carolina. This is the historic heart of South Carolina. - AsNotedIn

Lowcountry Literature Since the 1920s

DuBose Heyward's Porgy, Josephine Pinckney's Three O'Clock Dinner, Harlan Greene's Why We Never Danced the Charleston, Josephine Humphreys' Rich in Love, William Baldwin's The Hard to Catch Mercy, Sue Monk Kidd's The Mermaid's Chair, Mary Alice Monroe's Sweetgrass and Pat Conroy's The Prince of Tides - Book list for Professor Hutchisson's English 517 course, taught at The Military College of South Carolina, Also Known As: The Citadel - AsNotedIn

Works

CompositionKindCreatorAsNotedIn
CompositionKindCreatorAsNotedIn
Lady Baltimore Book
Porgy Book
Porgy and Bess Opera
Porgy and Bess Film


Places

PlaceLocaleTypeAsNotedIn
Dixie Supply Bakery and Cafe
Hampton County
US County
Peachtree Plantation
Sugar Bakeshop Place
Charles Pinckney National Historic Site
Beaufort Town
Ashley River Historic District
  • NRHP
Hopsewee Plantation
Slightly North of Broad Restaurant
Jasper County
US County
The Glass Onion Restaurant
82 Queen Restaurant
Beaufort County
US County
Hominy Grill Restaurant
St Helena Island Island
Drayton Hall Museum
Middleton Place Museum
The Macintosh Restaurant
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
  • NRHP
Callie's Hot Little Biscuit Goodies
High Cotton Restaurant
Colleton County
US County
Sea Islands
Archipelago
Charleston City
Hampton Plantation
The Wedge
  • NRHP
Fairfield Plantation
  • NRHP
Hank's Seafood Restaurant

People

Last Name Name AsNotedIn
Heyward: DuBose Heyward

Foods

Name AsNotedIn
Name AsNotedIn
Lady Baltimore Cake
She-Crab Soup
Sweet Tea

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