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Photographer: Brian Scott
Taken: May 2, 2009
Caption: Joggling Board
Additional Description: Located on the back porch, the joggling board is a rare site in the Upstate. (One can only see another example at Ashtabula Plantation near Pendleton.) Popular in Charleston, joggling boards were used by children for play. Adults also used them to settle their stomachs after large meals by lightly bouncing up and down and also during courtship.
Submitted: May 4, 2009, by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.
Database Locator Identification Number: p62033
File Size: 0.052 Megabytes
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