Environmentally friendly E book of South Carolina highlights state’s Black history

Whether you are a Palmetto Condition native, a frequent traveler close to the state or scheduling to go to a family members reunion, the new Environmentally friendly E book of South Carolina can enable be your tutorial. 

The new reserve, which highlights African American heritage and landmarks statewide, published by Hub Town Push, was celebrated Thursday night all through its launch at Spartanburg’s Fretwell. 

“We will need to develop each and every other up rather of tearing other persons down,” said James Talley, the initially Black mayor of Spartanburg (1992-2002). “And that is just what this reserve does.”

The identify of the book and travel-preparing tool pays homage to the original Green Reserve, which was initial printed and published from 1936 until eventually the mid-1960s. It was very first revealed by New York postman Victor Environmentally friendly, who required to give an African American journey guideline to secure and welcoming areas and establishments.