M. Miller - Charleston Historian
Tour Guide - Group and Banquet Speaker - Author
for all things Charleston & the Lowcountry
Ruth Miller is a public historian and storyteller. A former high school teacher, for the last forty years she has been delving into the history of Charleston and the Carolina LowCountry, while sharing her discoveries as a tour guide and public speaker. A certified tour guide for the City of Charleston she is experienced as a private guide, walking tour guide and as a step-on guide for motorcoaches. Ruth also provides interesting and engaging talks as a group or banquet speaker. Her presentations can be general or on a specialized topic, but they promise to tie Charleston and the Carolina LowCountry into the entire American story and worldwide events.
A writer as well as a speaker, Ruth shares the Charleston and the LowCountry in her books.
Please call or email for information on my fees and availability:
(843) 766-0802 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BOOKS BY RUTH M. MILLER
NEW PUBLICATION - Slavery to Civil Rights
A Walking Tour of African-American Charleston
By Alec Cooley and Ruth Miller
"This work is an insightful and well organized resource guide for tourists and locals who seek in depth factual information about LowCountry African American History and Culture."
Sherman Pyatt, Commissioner, Gullah Geechee Cultural Hertiage Corridor
Ruth also offers Slavery to Civil Rights: An African-American Story of Charleston as a PowerPoint presentation to groups or as a private walking tour for individuals.
- Touring the Tombstones (Illustrated guides to Charleston’s 18th century graveyards) by Pamela D. Gabriel and Ruth M. Miller
- Charleston’s Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon: A Witness to History by Ruth M. Miller and Ann Taylor Andrus
- The Angel Oak Story by Ruth M. Miller with Linda V. Lennon
- Charleston Charlie: A Family Activity Book for Kid’s of All Ages written and illustrated by Ruth M. Miller
Purchase Books Here
Carolina Historical Society, Preservation Society, Association
of Gravestone Studies, Mensa, Friends of the Old Exchange, Avery Institute for
African American History, Charleston Library Society
"A Short History of Charleston"
by Ruth M. Miller
"The Old Dog"
by Ruth M. Miller