Stono River – Charleston County, South Carolina

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The Stono River is a tidal channel that wraps around Johns Island, separating it from James Island and the mainland of Charleston County. It is currently under threat from the extension of I-526. Please visit Nix526 to learn more.

Stono River

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The river is named for the Stono Indians, a small subtribe of the Cusabo, and is an integral part of the Intracoastal Waterway.

SCIWAY thanks Ralph Preston of Murrells Inlet for sharing this picture he took in May 2010.

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