This is a discussion of such subjects as why Charleston became the metropolis of the lower South in the colonial era, the trade territory of Charleston and by what business organization this territory was bound to the city, how the overseas commerce of the city was conducted, how British policy in the closing years of the colonial period affected the commercial classes of Charleston, and what action these classes took and with what results.
Originally published in 1934.
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