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The Lowcountry Digital History Initiative (LDHI) is a digital public history platform that features online exhibition projects relevant to the South Carolina Lowcountry region and historically interconnected sites in the Atlantic World. Please see our Contribute page to learn more about how to become involved in LDHI. 

Baker, Bruce E.
After Slavery: Race, Labor, and Politics in the Post-Emancipation Carolinas (February 2014)

Battle, Mary
African Passages, Lowcountry Adaptations (2013)

Brown, Millicent
Somebody Had To Do It: First Children in School Desegregation (April 2015)

Charron, Katherine Mellen
Remembering Individuals, Remembering Communities: Septima P. Clark and Public History in Charleston (February 2017) 

Greene, Claire Y.
Keeper of the Gate: Philip Simmons Ironwork in Charleston, South Carolina (May 2014)

Hale, Jon
A History of Burke High School in Charleston, South Carolina since 1894 (July 2013)
Somebody Had To Do It: First Children in School Desegregation (April 2015)

Harris, John
Voyage of the Echo: The Trials of an Illegal Trans-Atlantic Slave Ship (May 2014)

Kelly, Brian
After Slavery: Race, Labor, and Politics in the Post-Emancipation Carolinas (February 2014)

Kelly, Joseph 
Liverpool’s Abercromby Square and the Confederacy During the U.S. Civil War (December 2015)

Mitchell, Kevin 
Nat Fuller's Feast: The Life and Legacy of an Enslaved Cook in Charleston (2015)

O’Donovan, Susan Eva
After Slavery: Race, Labor, and Politics in the Post-Emancipation Carolinas (February 2014)

Philip Simmons Foundation, Inc
Keeper of the Gate: Philip Simmons Ironwork in Charleston, South Carolina (May 2014)

Polhemus, Neal D.
The James Poyas Daybook: An Account of a Charles Town Merchant, 1760-1765 (June 2014)

Powell, Jim  
Liverpool’s Abercromby Square and the Confederacy During the U.S. Civil War (December 2015)

Powers, Bernard E.
Keeper of the Gate: Philip Simmons Ironwork in Charleston, South Carolina (May 2014)

Purcell, Katharine
The Pollitzer Family of South Carolina (June 2013)

Sawula, Christopher
African Passages, Lowcountry Adaptations: Atlantic World Context (2013)

Schuler, Jack
The Orangeburg Massacre (May 2013)

Shields, David S. 
Nat Fuller's Feast: The Life and Legacy of an Enslaved Cook in Charleston (2015)

Short, Jessica
The Pollitzer Family of South Carolina (June 2013)

Smith,
Hayden
Forgotten Fields: Inland Rice Plantations in the South Carolina Lowcountry (February 2014)

Taylor, Kerry
The Charleston Hospital Workers Movement, 1968-1969  (November 2013)

Vlach, John Michael
Keeper of the Gate: Philip Simmons Ironwork in Charleston, South Carolina (May 2014)

Waugh, Dwana
Charleston's Cigar Factory Strike, 1945-46 (May 2014)

Wheat, David
African Laborers for a New Empire: Iberia, Slavery, and the Atlantic World (February 2014)

White, John
After Slavery: Race, Labor, and Politics in the Post-Emancipation Carolinas (February 2014)

Williams, Christopher 
Liverpool’s Abercromby Square and the Confederacy During the U.S. Civil War (December 2015)

Williams, Susan
Charleston's Cotton Factory, 1880-1900 (December 2015)

Wise, Carl
African Laborers for a New Empire: Iberia, Slavery, and the Atlantic World (February 2014)