Life on Clarendon Island was much different than what Charlotte had known in
Charleston.  Accustomed to the excitement and elegance of Charleston, Charlotte was
at first bored on Clarendon Island, but she soon came to love the island, with all of its
natural beauty.
Clarendon Island viewed from
the mainland
Charlotte's view of the water, where she
often went to study
The marsh full of oysters, crabs, and
other interesting creatures
The "new" bridge, which replaced the one
destroyed by Union deserters during The War
Charlotte's Photo Album
Charlotte's Website
The house where Charlotte had lived
in Charleston
The spire of St. Michael's Church where
Charlotte attended a wedding