One of the most powerful experiences of being a northerner transplanted to the Lowcountry is the sensation that history is somehow merged into and an integral part of our everyday activities.
This may be due to the fact that there are remnants of yesterdays throughout the Lowcountry, that we pass every day, and researching those remnants is so available that a question as to a church, building or a tree can be answered before one puts one’s head on their pillow for the night
Old Town Bluffton is one of those mixed environments that entice the observer to learn more.
Bluffton is a lot older than one thinks
I, of course, was driven to take my discovery efforts back to the very beginnings of Bluffton being populated and…