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Scarf and Bow Tie from the Chapel of Ease Store

Help Support the Historical Site While Bringing Visibility to the Cause.

You can support the efforts of the St. James, Goose Creek Chapel of Ease Historical Site many ways. Wearing a bow tie inspired by the
Mouzon Map of the Carolinas is a stylish way to bring awareness of the value of preservation in South Carolina. Our designs come from the patterns and illustrations we find in our research of the historical documents of the early Charleston settlement in South Carolina. They are all our own exclusive design and manufacture, designed in Berkeley County, SC by Justin Heyward Lynes, a descendant of those interred at this spot.
Chapel of Ease Giftshop link

Click the Shop Our Store button to the left to see what other items we're always adding that tie us to the past and bring our history to the present.


Amazon purchases
When you use our Amazon links to shop for anything, not just the items listed, a portion of any sale during that session will helps support restoration projects, developing the historical site and auxiliary materials.

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Available from Amazon, or directly from us by visiting our store.
Michael is the chairman of our committee.


Little Mistress Chicken by Mrs. Arthur Gordon Rose
This will be available soon as the 3rd part of the Chicken Trilogy, publishing in 2018 by Michael J. Heitzler. It will be available at our on line store.

How Grand a Flame: A Chronicle of a Plantation Family, 1813-1947 by Clyde Bresee




Jimmy is a Goose Creek descendant who now lives in the Los Angles area, and he has also patented the Goose Creek Tomato, an heirloom seed available directly from him, having been passed down for generations in his family.


Red Hills and Cotton: An Upcountry Memory by Ben Robertson


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