Hunting Tales with Archibald Rutledge
At Hampton Plantation State Historic Site
Join Archibald Rutledge, the last owner of Hampton Plantation, as he recounts the importance of hunting throughout the plantation's history. Archibald was South Carolina's first Poet Laureate, and his lifetime of writing focused heavily on the natural beauty of Hampton Plantation. Why did Archibald believe it was important for people to hunt? How were Native Americans hunting in the mid-18th century? What were people hunting on Hampton Plantation? Learn the answer to all these questions and more with Archibald Rutledge!
11AM, 1PM, 3PM
Hampton Plantation Ranger Station
$7.50 for Adults, $3.50 for children, $3.75 for SC Senior Citizens over the age of 65.