The huguenot migration to south carolina is part of a larger diaspora traditionally known as le refuge which stretches from the late 1670s to the early 1710s the huguenots of colonial south carolina 1928 reprint columbia university of south carolina press 1999 van ruymbeke bertrand the huguenots of proprietary south carolina . Black and white in the southern states carolina sports by land and water a church a school the collapse of the confederacy conscription and conflict in the confederacy deep south ersatz in the confederacy hard times on a southern chain gang a history of transportation in the eastern cotton belt to 1860 the huguenots of colonial south carolina. Although there may have been a few scattered french huguenots who settled in south carolina earlier the first group to arrive came in 1669 and was the forerunner of many others. The evolution of french identity a study of the huguenots in colonial south carolina 1680 1740 by nancy lea maurer aa valencia community college ba university of central florida a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of master of arts in the department of history in the college of arts and science. The huguenot society of south carolina was established in 1885 to preserve the memory of the huguenots who left france prior to the promulgation of the edict of toleration november 28 1787 today the society has nearly 2000 members who are descendants of those huguenots
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