Rice was once a cash crop along the blackwater rivers of Georgia and South Carolina. Today, nature has reclaimed what the Civil War and progress have destroyed.
Rice was once a cash crop along the blackwater rivers of Georgia and South Carolina. Today, nature has reclaimed what the Civil War and progress have destroyed. Matt Richardson/Submitted photo
Rice was once a cash crop along the blackwater rivers of Georgia and South Carolina. Today, nature has reclaimed what the Civil War and progress have destroyed. Matt Richardson/Submitted photo

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