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  • W[elburn] J. Andrews, Sketch of Company K, 23rd South Carolina Volunteers, in the Civil War, from 1862-1865 (Richmond, Va., [1909?]). There is evidence that J. Grier White wrote the booklet and that W.J. Andrews printed the first edition.

  • Emanuel Bowen, Particular Draughts and Plans of Some of the Principal Towns and Harbours Belonging to the English, French, and Spaniards, in America and West Indies (London, 1747).

  • Briarcliffe Acres (Myrtle Beach, S.C., [194u?]). Describes a planned community of three hundred fifty home estates with an airstrip, freshwater lakes, and golf and yacht clubs.

  • Lydia Maria Francis Child, Grace Douglass, and Angelina Emily Grimke, An Appeal to the Women of the Nominally Free States (Boston, 1838 2nd ed.).

  • J.H. Colton, Colton’s South Carolina (New York, 1863).

  • Thomas Conder, Various Plans and Draughts of Cities, Towns, Harbours, &c. (London, 1778?). Includes Plan of the Harbour of Charles Town.

  • Jeremiah Dodsworth, The Better Land, or The Christian Emigrant’s Guide to Heaven: Showing the Nakedness of the Land of Spiritual Egypt, the Pleasant Journey Through the Wilderness, and the Glorious Inheritance of Settlers in the Celestial Canaan (Columbia, [1857]).

  • Elizabeth Fries Ellet, The Charm: A Series of Elegant Colored Groups with Descriptive Illustrations (Philadelphia, 1847).

  • Farmers’ Miscellany (Yorkville, S.C.), 24 April 1847 issue.

  • Jonathan Galloway, A Sermon: Reconciling Man’s Duty and Inability (Due West, S.C., 1850).

  • Joshua Gee, Considerations sur le Commerce et la Navigation de la Grand-Brétagne (London, 1747).

  • John MacGavock Grider and Josephine Grider Jacobs, Marse John Goes to War (Memphis, Tenn., 1933).

  • Wendell W. Hall, “My Carolina Rose” (Chicago, 1921); [sheet music].

  • Ella Hicks Johnson, Granny Remembers (Macon, Ga., 1928).

  • Hugh Kenner, with drawings by Guy Davenport, The Counterfeiters: An Historical Comedy (Bloomington, 1968, and Baltimore, 1985). Illustrations in the 1985 edition appear in the order Davenport and Kenner intended, not as printed in the first edition.

  • Jerry Livingston, “It’s Sunday down in Caroline” (New York, 1933); [sheet music].

  • J[ohn] Luffman (engraver), Charleston Harbour (London, 1801).

  • J[oseph] Mandrillon, Le Spectateur Américain, ou, Remarques Génerales sur l’Amérique Septentrionale et sur la République des Treize-États-Unis (Amsterdam, 1785). Author recounts his travels in the original thirteen colonies, including South Carolina.

  • Gertrude E. Meredith, The Descendants of Hugh Amory: 1605-1805 (London, 1901).

  • Myer Moses, Oration, Delivered at Tammany Hall, on the Twelfth May, 1831, Being the Forty-second Anniversary of the Tammany Society, or, Columbian Order (New York, 1831).

  • Ninety Six High School Senior Class, Starlites (1937-1938). Student photographs affixed to pages.

  • Ward Pegram, Jr., Welcome to Chester (Chester, 1938).

  • The Prospect Before Us, or, A Series of Essays on the Presidential Election, Originally Published in the Charleston Mercury (Charleston, 1835). Attributed to Henry Laurens Pinckney.

  • Rules of the St. George’s Society, of Charleston, as Revised and Adopted on the 23d March, 1829 (Charleston, 1830).

  • Erwin R. Schmidt, “Carolina Sunshine” (New York, 1919); [sheet music].

  • Eunice P. Calhoun Sease (ed.), Some Reminiscences of a Confederate Soldier: Edwin Calhoun, Company C, South Carolina Cavalry, Confederate States of America (n.p., [1910s?]).

  • Second Presbyterian Church (Charleston), Exercises Connected with the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Second Presbyterian Church of Charleston, S.C. (Charleston, 1910).

  • Hannah Whitall Smith, John M. Whitall: The Story of His Life (Philadelphia, 1879).

  • South Carolina Sentiment in 1859 (Washington, 1863). “Further corroboration of the justness of the above views respecting the latent purpose of the leaders of the rebellion to reopen the African slave trade - a voice from the grave.”

  • Spartanburg County Fair Association (S.C.), Eleventh Annual Premium List of the Spartanburg County Fair Association (Spartanburg, 1917).

  • Frank Stilwell, “Good-bye: I’m Going to Caroline” (New York, 1913); [sheet music].

  • Noah Webster, History of the United States : to which is prefixed a rrief [sic] historical account of our [English] ancestors, from the dispersion at Babel, to their migration to America, and of the conquest of South America, by the Spaniards. (Charleston, 1836).

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