Okra | History of SC Slide Collection

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Okra was a crop first brought to South Carolina from Africa. It is now a staple of southern cooking, widely used to thicken stews and gumbos. Here it is harvested around 1970 at the Clemson experiment station using modern mechanized equipment. Photo by L.W. Riley.

Courtesy of the Clemson University Libraries.

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