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Eliza Pinckney

Women Of Colonial And Revolutionary Times

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        StatementKessinger Publishing, LLC
        PublishersKessinger Publishing, LLC
        LC ClassificationsJune 25, 2007
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 75 p. :
        Number of Pages79
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100548366721

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Eliza Lucas Pinckney

When he left, he was almost in financial ruin! Lucas grew up on Poorest, one of her family's three on the island. Marriage and family [ ] Eliza knew independence at a very young age. When Eliza Eliza Pinckney 16, her father had to return to the West Indies, and she assumed the management of his three plantations.

At that time Britain was at war and rice was less profitable than it had been, so Pinckney and others experimented with new crops.

Their eldest son was Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, a signer of the US Constitution and two-time candidate for President of the United States.

Eliza Lucas Pinckney Biography

The crop could be grown on land not suited for rice and tended by slaves, so planters and farmers already committed to plantation agriculture did not have to reconfigure their land and labor.Infoplease, accessed December 7, 2008.

Eliza Lucas Pinckney died of cancer, in Philadelphia in 1793. Charles Pinckney visited Eliza Pinckney and provided invaluable support. Littlefield, and Joan Marie Johnson, Eliza Pinckney. The value of her contribution to South Carolina and the nation as a whole cannot be overestimated. Eliza has done more than just mother one of our founding fathers and begin our indigo crops.

The current brick structure, completed in 1810, is called Castle Pinckney. Colonel Lucas attempted to find a suitable husband for his daughter. In her teens she took control of the family plantations near Charlestown whilst her father was in the West Indies fighting the French and her brothers were in England. Eliza had other concerns… Many of which she confided in Charles Pinckney.