For many, Edisto is a little slice of heaven--live oaks festooned
with Spanish moss, winding waterways and crashing surf. Yet the
waterways were pathways for privateers, smugglers and gunboats.
Marauders terrorized residents. Privateers made life uncertain
during the War of 1812. John Wilson and Andrew Gillon dueled to the
death on the sands of Edingsville. The Civil War brought repeated
skirmishes between Union and Confederate scouting parties. Join
historian Alexia Jones Helsley as she recounts lost lives, early
widows, dashed dreams, unseen secrets--the dark side of Eden.
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