12/50.- Sea Pines Forest Preserve, Indian Shell Ring


The Indian Shell Ring dates back to around 1450 B.C. The native Indian population lived here and their garbage - oyster shells, animals bones and clay - would eventually form this ring. From American Indians, Spanish, African Americans, British, the island has been populated with a variety of peoples - some nasty, and some not so nasty, and even some who weren’t nasty at all. You decide who’s who. This is the South, and history has its story carved deeply in the collective memory.

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