ETV Classics Classroom

ETV Classics is a digital series featuring some of viewer's favorite shows from South Carolina ETV's vault. The handpicked classics will beckon your nostalgia for art, history, how-to, nature, and more as each episode features a different show.

Anne Worsham Richardson - Artist, Part 1 | Profile
Anne Worsham Richardson - Artist, Part 1 | Profile

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Anne Worsham Richardson discusses growing up in Turbeville, South Carolina. Richardson always showed a love for animals, even from an early age. Richardson got her start by doing drawings of domestic...
Anne Worsham Richardson - Artist, Part 3 | Profile
Anne Worsham Richardson - Artist, Part 3 | Profile

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Anne Worsham Richardson’s husband runs the administrative side of her art business. He briefly discusses what running the family business is like, along with some of his job duties. Anne Richardson...
Introduction
Introduction

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The art of sweetgrass basket-weaving is a cherished tradition passed down from generation to generation, kept alive today by African Americans living in South Carolina’s Lowcountry. The first wave of...
"Tuk" Music
"Tuk" Music

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“Tuk” music is a uniquely Barbadian form of music that developed as a result of severe restrictions placed on the African slaves by their plantation owners. “Tuk” music lives on today, thanks to the...
Barbados' Legacy In South Carolina
Barbados' Legacy In South Carolina

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The Barbadian heritage lives on in Charleston today - descendants of the slaves brought over from Barbados, and descendants of plantation owners, still currently reside in Charleston. How does...
Barbados' Origins
Barbados' Origins

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Barbados is a coral island, which was already known to the Spanish by 1500. A Portuguese mariner named Pedro Campos landed on the island in 1536, but the first English colonist to land on the island...
Origins Of The Gullah Language
Origins Of The Gullah Language

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The institution of slavery also made its way to South Carolina from Barbados. With the ever-growing demand for slave labor in South Carolina, colonists needed more workers from Africa to tend...
Settlement In Carolina
Settlement In Carolina

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By 1655, Barbados would become the most densely populated place on Earth. Once there was no more room for expansion on Barbados, the decision was made to fund a settlement in North America, between...