May 6, 2018
"Eliza Lucas and Her Cash Crop" is the story of the first woman ever to be inducted into the South Carolina Business hall of fame, and no, she didn't grown marijuana- she did, however, find a way to grow and process a more valuable commodity (at least in those days)- indigo- which was considered an extremely rare and valuable cash crop that was used to make deep blue dyes- for everything from uniforms to flags to textiles.
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