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An account of a “young gentleman” from London, England describing his travels in the colonies of Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. These annotated excerpts focus on his time in South Carolina, particularly in the region of the Waccamaw River, and give us an early description of the area that is now Horry (oh-ree) County, South Carolina from the viewpoint of an Englishman in 1734.
Conway (S.C.);Horry County (S.C.);Horry County (S.C.)--History.;Georgetown County (S.C.)--History.;Lake Waccamaw (N.C.);Waccamaw River (N.C. and S.C.)--Description and travel.;Waccamaw River Region (N.C. and S.C.)--History.;Winyah Bay (S.C.)--History.;Brunswick, N.C. (Brunswick Co.)--History.;Myrtle Beach (S.C.)--History.;Surfside Beach (S.C.);North Myrtle Beach (S.C.);Little River (S.C.)
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Burroughs, John Benjamin, "Annotations on - A New Voyage to Georgia. By a Young Gentleman. (1734)" (2005). HCAC Research. 3.