The Plantation Broker

The contents page. Giving credit where credit is due.

On May 24, 2010, The Sugar and I went on a LibraryFest in Columbia, SC. One of the quests was to find a magazine article about John King Garnett. Sugar struck gold, we copied that little beaut, and now I am perplexed how to share it with you. I’m afraid I’ll have to transcribe the whole stinkin’ thing. In the meantime, here’s the scanned copies. The name of the magazine is “South Carolina Wildlife”, and the article is from November-December 2003, Vol. 50, No. 6.

By John E. Davis.  Photography by Phillip Jones.

Whether a visionary, a scalawag, or simply a man trying to make a living, John King Garnett left a vast legacy of wild lands between the Savannah and Coosawhatchee rivers.


Sylvia, from Garnett, ponders her future as a buyer and seller of large land tracts.

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5 Responses to “The Plantation Broker”

  1. Leo Says:

    I own it now. To capture this: Double click on an above page. That brings up a different larger page. Click again on this page and it enlarges. Then do a right click and a save as. It will now appear wherever you tell it to in your computer. It is in my “my pictures” within “my documents” Thank you Ruth.

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  3. kyle hughes Says:

    Thanks for posting this — do you have Page 9. It appears to be missing

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    • Ruth Rawls Says:

      Hello, and welcome to the blog!
      Page 9 DOES appear to be missing. I’ll take a look in the image archives and see if I failed to load it to the blog. Thank you for reading!


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