In so many ways, rice touches everything South Carolina was, is and will become. It left an indelible mark on the Lowcountry landscape and on the story of America.
New work in arcGIS StoryMaps:
Forty centuries ago, South Carolina's early coastal dwellers left their marks – some in monumental ways.
White Cotton and a Black Prince meet as the Old South and New South change hands on Port Royal Sound.
Stoneware Kilns in the Old Edgefield District of South Carolina.