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Botany Bay Plantation was formed in the 1930s from the merger of the Colonial-era Sea Cloud Plantation and Bleak Hall Plantation. In 1977, it was bequeathed to the state as a wildlife preserve; it was opened to the public in 2008. The preserve includes a number of registered historic sites, including two listed in the National Register of Historic Places: a set of three surviving 1840s outbuildings from Bleak Hall Plantation, and the prehistoric Fig Island shell rings. 

free-wifi

Wireless Internet

- and, desktops, print, scan, fax and copies

 

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Edisto Island Books

– A Sea Island Principality – Tales of Edisto – And I’m Glad and others

 

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Cards and Gifts

Excellent lines of greeting and note cards, home, kitchen and tabletop items, animal gifts – and, local products

 

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Emily Grace

Bookstore resident and morning greeter – provides walking tour of shop between afternoon naps –

children

Children's Room

A very nice selection of children’s books, puzzles, games, plush, cards, activity books – also, not to miss the used selection of all ages of children’s books

maps

Nautical and Local Maps

– including St. Helena Sound, Charleston Harbor and Approaches and Stono and North Edisto Rivers

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