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                               Growing Up in the South

Author Interview:
Kathy Boyd Fellure

This week on Growing Up in the South, I’m changing it up a bit. Instead my usual tale from the South, I am interviewing good friend and author, Kathy Boyd Fellure. Kathy is the author

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Biltmore House & Gardens

Making plans to vacation in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina this summer? Why not spend some of your time at the spectacular Biltmore House and Gardens?  The estate includes the main house,

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The Ghost Dog of Old Buncombe Road

Deep in the heart of South Carolina, there is a place where carved-out pavement unravels into a timeless spool of history and a thicket of densely wooded forest. It is on this old stagecoach route

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Jack the Pirate

In an eastern pale blue sky, a brilliant golden streak and radiant ball of fire, flamed and woke the distant horizon. It was a brand-new day in early 1600. Black Beard and his crewmen hustled

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Fort Sumter

On April 12, 1862, at 4:30 a.m., while stars littered the sky and most of the divided nation lie sleeping—a single shell soared high above Charles Harbor and exploded mid-air. The silent waters surrounding Fort

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Walnut Grove

A manor. A murder. A cemetery. A noticeable stain on the floor. What do these have to do with a beautiful place called Walnut Grove? Established in 1765, Walnut Grove Plantation––of Roebuck, South Carolina––is more

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The Sleeping Preacher

Major Perry, also known as the “Sleeping Preacher”, might have grown up uneducated and on a farm, but his fame would carry on for generations. Born in 1831, his sermons were said to be powerful, sometimes eloquent, and well delivered. Sometimes it would be many that gathered outside his South Carolina home, other times only one or two.

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Growing Up in the South

Welcome everyone! I am starting a new blog titled, Growing Up in the South. Let me introduce myself: My name is Lydia Cameron. I enjoy spending time with my family, attending tea parties, and spending a pleasurable evening visiting with others on my porch. I love singing, and spent several years performing publicly. I enjoy reading and listening to audio books. I love writing.

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