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Broadside, 25 October 1867, signed in print by J.W.
    Lowman, M.D.

    A gift to the SCL Manuscripts Division announced in 2004

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Printed manuscript, 25 October 1867, broadside, “Registration. ‘For’ or ‘Against’ Convention 4th Precinct, Lexington Dist[rict],” is signed in print by J.W. Lowman, M.D., Chairman, Fourth Precinct, Lexington District, and reprints “General Orders 99” issued 16 October 1867 by Maj. Gen. [Edward Richard Sprigg] Canby, Headquarters, Second Military District, Charleston, concerning registration of voters and other preparations for an election to be held 19 20 November 1867. The broadside identifies five polling places that would be open in Lexington District, 4 8 November 1867. Several months following this election, a convention that met from January through March 1868 drafted the new South Carolina Constitution of 1868.

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