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Selected list of Printed South Caroliniana


Hervey Allen, Songs for Annette, New York, 1929.

William H. Barnwell, The Impiety and Absurdity of Duelling: A Sermon Preached in St. Peter's Church, Charleston, S.C., on the 9th Day of June, 1844, Charleston, S.C., 1844.

William Bartram, Travels Through North and South Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida, the Cherokee Territory, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Greek Confederacy, and the Country of the Choctaws...., Philadelphia, 1791.

J.P. Carey, The Mission of the True Lawyer. A Lecture before the Law Class of South Carolina College, April 13, 1904, Columbia, S.C., 1904.

D.A. Dickert, A Dance with Death, True Story, Newberry, 1909.

Stephen Elliott, Pastoral Letter from the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church to the Clergy and Laity of the Church of the Confederate States of America. Third Annual Report, Delivered before the General Council, in St. Paul's Church, Augusta, Saturday, November 22nd, 1862, Augusta, Ga., 1862.

Stephen Elliott, Address of the Rt. Rev. Stephen Elliott, D.D., to the Thirty-ninth Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in the Diocese of Georgia, Savannah, Ga., 1861.

William Faulkner, Benjamin E. Mays and Cecil Sims, The Segregation Decisions: Papers Read at a Session of the Twenty-first Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association, Memphis, Tennessee, Atlanta, 1955.

Richard S. Field, Jasper Johns Prints, 1960-1970, New York, 1970.

Theophilus Fisk, Labor the Only True Source of Wealth: Or, the Rotteness of the Paper Money Banking System Exposed, Its Sandy Foundations Shaken, Its Crumbling Pillars Overthrown. An Oration on Banking, Education &c., Delivered at the Queen-Street theater in the City of Charleston, S.C., July 4, 1837. Also an Oration on the Freedom of the Press; To Which is Appended the Doings of a Public Meeting Held in Charleston, S.C., July 20th, 1837, Charleston, S.C., 1837.

Arthur Furr, Democracy's Negroes: A Book of Facts Concerning the Activities of Negroes in World War II, containing listings of South Carolinians who were awarded medals for heroism, Boston, 1947.

J.A. Gamewell and D.D. Wallace, The Spartanburg Almanac, 1904, containing a long account of the Pacolet flood, Spartanburg, S.C., 1904.

Samuel Gibson, An Address Delivered Before Clinton Lodge, No. 60, of Free and Accepted Masons, at Marion C.H., S.C., on the Anniversary of St. John the Baptist, June 24, A.L. 5852, Charleston, S.C., 1853.

B.M. Palmer, Christianity and the Law; or, The Claims of Religion upon the Legal Profession. Richmond, 1871.

Julia Peterkin, "The Diamond Ring," in O. Henry Memorial Award Prize stories of 1930, pp. 253-268, Garden City, N.Y., 1930.

J.L. Reynolds, Inaugural Discourse Delivered Before the Board of Trustees of the Furman Institution at Their Annual Meeting, December 11th, Columbia, S.C., 1842.

Edouard Richard (Henri D'Arles), Acadie, Reconstitution d'un Chapitre Perdu d l'historie D'Amerique, Ouvrage Publie d'apres le Ms original, entirement refondu, corrige, annote, mis au point des rescherches les plus recentes avec un Introduction et des Appendices, 3 volumes, Quebec, 1916-1921.

Thelma Spear, with foreword by Ludwig Lewisohn, First Fruits, Paris, France, 1927.

Emmett Williams, The Voy Age. Stuttgart, Germany, 1975.


"Leaves from the South-West and Cuba: or Familiar Passages from the Journal of Valetudinarian," pp. 44-54 in The Knickerbocker, volume 8, no. 1 (July 1836).

"Letters of Curtius," published originally in the Charleston Courier, Charleston, S.C., 1851.

Official Map of South Carolina, State Department of Agriculture, Commerce and Industries, Columbia, S.C., 1911.

Why do I love Thee...Composed and Dedicated to Miss Claudia Boddie, of Jackson, Mississippi, music by Charlie Ward and Lyrics by Alf Burnett, Columbia, S.C., n.d.

Methodist Messenger (Charleston, S.C.), 6 May and 8 October 1884.

A Brief History of the Presbyterian Church of Edisto Island, Edisto Island, 1933.

Charter of the Louisville, Cincinnati & Charleston Rail Road Company, Columbia, S.C., 1836.

The Charter & Other Acts of the Legislature, in Relation to the South Carolina Railroad Company, with the 41st Section of the Act of 1841. And the By-laws of Said Company: ...South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company, with the inscription in ink "Thos Waring, Per Aiken had this volume of Reports bound & it is the only perfect compilation extant— 1856" and in pencil "Rescued from destruction by A. de Caradeuc—Ld Agt in the Towers," Charleston, S.C., 1851.

In the Matter of the Appeal of Ruling Elder Townsend Mikell for the Action of the Charleston Presbytery Sustaining the Action of the Session of the Edisto Island Presbyterian Church Dissolving His Official Relation with That Church, Synod of South Carolina, Charleston Presbytery, n.p., 1917.

Municipal Report of the City of Charleston, S.C., 1881, Artesian Wells, Charleston, S.C., 1882.

Time Tables of the South Carolina Rail Road, March 16th, 1879, to December 31st, 1880, Charleston, S.C., 1879-1880.

Souvenir Program, Fifteenth Annual Meeting, South Carolina Conference of the N.A.A.C.P., Columbia, S.C., 1955.

Tropical Trips: Golf Courses, and Hotel Directory, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, Lynchburg, Va., ca. 1916.

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