Walter Edgar's Journal

From books to barbecue, and current events to Colonial history, historian and author Walter Edgar delves into the arts, culture, and history of South Carolina and the American South. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.

http://southcarolinapublicradio.org/programs/walter-edgars-journal

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The Cantaloupe Theif


In the new novel, The Cantaloupe Thief (2016, Lion Fiction), protagonist Branigan Powers decides that too many people are staying silent about a ten-year-old murder case. Powers, an journalist, knows a good story when she sees one—and the ten-year-old


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 2016-12-14  51m
 
 

A History of Beaufort County - Bridging the Sea Islands' Past and Present, 1893–2006


In the third volume of the history of Beaufort County, Lawrence S. Rowland and Stephen R. Wise conclude their five hundred–year chronicle of the legendary South Carolina Sea Islands. A History of Beaufort County - Bridging the Sea Islands' Past and


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 2016-12-05  51m
 
 

A History of Beaufort County - Bridging the Sea Islands' Past and Present, 1893–2006


In the third volume of the history of Beaufort County, Lawrence S. Rowland and Stephen R. Wise conclude their five hundred–year chronicle of the legendary South Carolina Sea Islands. A History of Beaufort County - Bridging the Sea Islands' Past and


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 2016-12-05  51m
 
 

The Freedom Schools: Student Activists in the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement


Created in 1964 as part of the Mississippi Freedom Summer, the Mississippi Freedom Schools were launched by educators and activists to provide an alternative education for African American students that would facilitate student activism and participatory


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 2016-11-28  51m
 
 

The Freedom Schools: Student Activists in the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement


Created in 1964 as part of the Mississippi Freedom Summer, the Mississippi Freedom Schools were launched by educators and activists to provide an alternative education for African American students that would facilitate student activism and participatory


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 2016-11-28  51m
 
 

Southern Provisions


(Originally broadcast 01/22/16) - Southern food is America’s quintessential cuisine. From creamy grits to simmering pots of beans and greens, we think we know how these classic foods should taste. Yet the southern food we eat today tastes almost nothing


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 2016-11-21  51m
 
 

Southern Provisions


(Originally broadcast 01/22/16) - Southern food is America’s quintessential cuisine. From creamy grits to simmering pots of beans and greens, we think we know how these classic foods should taste. Yet the southern food we eat today tastes almost nothing


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 2016-11-21  51m
 
 

The Risen - Ron Rash


New York Times bestselling author Ron Rash demonstrates his superb narrative skills in this suspenseful and evocative tale of two brothers whose lives are altered irrevocably by the events of one long-ago summer—and one bewitching young woman—and the


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 2016-11-21  51m
 
 

The Risen - Ron Rash


New York Times bestselling author Ron Rash demonstrates his superb narrative skills in this suspenseful and evocative tale of two brothers whose lives are altered irrevocably by the events of one long-ago summer—and one bewitching young woman—and the


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 2016-11-21  51m
 
 

Roots and Consequences of 'The Great War'


(Originally broadcast 11-11-14) this episode of Walter Edgar's Journal is an encore broadcast of a program that aired in 2014, the 100th year since the start of World War I. Veterans day, celebrated in the U.S. on November 11, was once known here, as it


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 2016-11-08  51m