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Lowcountry Ricefields

The area closest to the sea down the coast from South Carolina down to Florida is known as the Lowcountry. It is where rice was grown in slavery days, because the region resembles the coast of West Africa, where the local population had produced rice for many generations and from slaves were bought and transported across the Atlantic on the so-called Middle Passage to the Americas. 

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