S.C. Historical Society Magazine & Carologue, Brief Index

A.E.O.C., a short history of; 1976/2.

Abbeville District (1790's); 1979/2.
African American women, 1940s and 1950s (political activism);
2006/3.
African Americans (free, 1840s Charleston); 1981/4.
Aiken (Fall Plantation tour); Carologue 2000/2.
Aiken (in a city called); Carologue 1997/1.
Ainsley Hall (Robert Mills House, Columbia); 1998/2.
Alston ancestors; Carologue 1996/3.
Alston, Theodosia Burr, 1783-1813; Carologue 1998/2.
American Indian references (in eighteenth-century newspapers); 1996/1, (in Colonial and State newpapers, 1766-1792) 1999/4.
American Indians, 1684 (useful exchange of goods); 1984/4.
American Indians (and the South Carolina Gazette); 1993/3.
American Revolution (and National Policy toward the use of Black troops; 1972/1.
American Revolution (and the Baptist and Methodist Clergy); 1972/2.
American Revolution (and the Presbyterian Clergy); 1970/4.
American Revolution (Petition of Frederick Class); 1984/1.
American Revolution (reflections of "Democracy"); 1977/3.
American Revolution (slaves in); 1978/1.
American Revolution (Siege of Ninety Six, May 22-June 19, 1781); 1971/1.
American Revolution (South Carolina and liberty, black bondage, and equality); 1979/3, 2000/1.
American Revolution (South Carolina revolutionary debt and its holders, 1776-1780); 1971/1.
American Revolution (War Diary of Captain Walter Finney, 1782-1783);
1997/2.
Anderson (1865 Federal Pillage of); 1975/2.
Anderson automobile (Rock Hill, SC); Carologue 1996/3.
Angelican Church, 1706-1750 (influence of disease and mortality upon); 1999/3.
Antebellum church (and black-white relations); 1988/4.
Antebellum militia, 1790-1859 (checklist of identified companies); 1987/2.
Antebellum rice planter (letterbook of Charlest Manigault, 1846-1848); 1973/3, 1973/4.
Appomattox (South from), diary of Abner R. Cox and the surrender of the Confederate forces; 1974/4.
Architectural history (Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim, Charleston);
1997/1.
Architectural history (Samuel Lapham and the Firm of Simons & Lapham). 2004/4.
Archives (copy of the fundamental constitutions dated July 21, 1669); 1970/2.
Artisans of Black Mingo (The Gordons); 1980/2.
Artisans, women (1763-1808); 2005/4.
Ashley Barony, 1678; 2000/4.
Associated Charities Society of Charleston, 1888-1920; 1987/1
Axtell, Daniel, 1673-1736 (account book of early economic history); 1994/4.

Backcountry settlements (Loyalist Plan, 1778 to retake Georgia and the Carolinas); 1974/4.
Ball Plantations, 1800-1835 (managerial relationships); 1987/1.
Bank failure, 1873 (Beaufort, S.C., Freedmans Savings Branch); 2003/1.
Baptist records; 1984/4.
Barbadian settlers (Early Carolina); 1995/4.
Barbardos (and South Carolina history); Carologue 2006/3.
Barnwell, Robert Woodward (letters to Robert Barnwell Rhett, 1841);
1976/4.
Baron Frederick Carl Hans Bruno vonPoellnitz of Marlboro County, 1734-1801; Carologue 2003/4.
Barrett, James Lee, 1929-1989; Carologue 1998/1.
Battle of Coosawhatchie, Oct. 22,1862; Carologue 2004/2.
Battle of Kings Mountain (historical poem); Carologue 2001/1.
Battle of Pocotaligo, Oct. 22, 1862; Carologue 2004/2.
Beaufort (Beautiful Beaufort by the sea); Carologue 2001/2.
Beaufort (1873 Bank Failure, Freidmans Savings Branch); 2003/1.
Beaufort Post-Reconstruction (radical versus straight-out factions,Democratic and Republican Party); 1974/4
Beaufort (Robert Smalls today); Carologue 1998/1.
Beauregard, General (& Colonel Alfred Rhett controversy - Second Battle of Fort Sumter); 1977/3.
Beauregard, General (letter to Major John Johnson, 1869); 1978/3.
Belfast Antislavery Campaign; 1979/4.
Bermuda town; Carologue 2002/4.
Bishop John England, 1786-1842 (and Catholic Republicanism); 2001/1.
Bishop of London, letters to, 1724-1755 (from the Commissaries in South Carolina); 1977/1, 1977/2, 1977/3, 1977/4.
Black community (South Carolina Interstate and West Indian Exposition); 1987/4.
Black craftsmen, 1760-1800; 1985/1.
Black Hessians (1770s-1780s); 1982/4.
Black midshipman, 1873-1874; 1988/1.
Black Mingo (Willtown), Black Mingo Creek; 2004/2.
Black Mingo artisans (Gordons); 1980/2.
Black policemen (Charleston, 1869-1921); 2001/2.
Black (Free) population, 1860 (Columbia, S.C.); 2003/1.
Black Populism, 1886-1896; 2006/3.
Black protest, 1867 Charleston Streetcar Sit-Ins ; 1976/2.
Black refugees, 1864 (and Sherman's March); 1984/1.
Black slave owners; 1975/3.
Black soldiers, 1862; 1985/3.
Black South Carolinians (in World War I); 1995/2.
Black troops (National Policy toward use of in the Revolution, 1775); 1972/1.
Black-White relations (Antebellum Church); 1988/4.
Black-White relations (T. McCants Stewart, 1852-1923); 1979/4.
Black Women in Reconstruction South Carolina; 1991/3.
Blakely Rifles (Charleston's monster guns, Civil War); 1996/2.
Blease, Governor Coleman Livingston (Governorship and Senate, 1915-1924); 1979/1.
Boltzius, John Martin (trip to Charleston, Oct. 1742); 1981/2.
Bookkeeping (18th century South); 1990/1.
Books (popular books in colonial South Carolina); 1971/3.
Bootlegging (Charleston, 1915-1918), 1915-1918; 1974/2.
Boynton, James W., 1826-? (diary of, and The South Atlantic Blockading Squadron); 1975/3.
Brass Chandelier of St. Michael's Church; Carologue 2003/4.
Brewer, Fisk Parsons (South Carolina University, 1876); 1975/4.
British West Indian Slave Emancipation, 1833-1834 (effect on South Carolina); 1984/2.
Brooks, Congressman Preston Smith, 1819-1857; 1978/4.
Brown Fellowship Society, 1840s; 1981/4.
Brown, Lt. Colonel Thomas, Loyalist Critic, 1770s & 1780s; 1976/4.
Brown's Raid, 1865, Anderson, South Carolina; 1975/2.
Browntown (early industry, on Lynches River); 1979/3.
Bryan, Hugh (1740 Evangelical challenge to slavery); 1986/4.
Bryant, William Cullen, 1794-1878 (Poem: Song of Marion's Men); Carologue 1999/4.
Buford’s Massacre, May 29, 1780; 1992/1.
Bull, Lieutenant Governor William (exile from South Carolina, 1777-1781);
1979/2.
Bunting, Ethel-Jane W., 1908-1997 (In Memorian); Carologue 1997/2.
Burke, Judge Aedamus (case of Hezekiah Maham, 1786); 1980/2.
Burn, Colonel James, ?-1831; 1989/4.
Burr, Theodosia Alston, 1783-1813; Carologue 1998/2.
Burrows Hall (Pee Dee plantation); Carologue 1996/2.
Burrows, William Ward, 1748-1805 (first Commandant of the United States Marine Corps); Carologue 2001/2.
Butler, Pierce, 1744-1822 (first Senator from South Carolina); 1977/2.
Butler, Pierce Mason, 1798-1847 (Governor); 1986/1.
Byrnes, James Francis, 1879-1972 (an initial British evaluation);1978/3.
Byrnes, James Francis, 1879-1972 (the road to politics 1882-1910); 1983/2.
Byrnes, James Francis, 1879-1972, Secretary of State (Byrnes on Foreign Policy, 1946); 1991/1.

Cainhoy Riot as remembered by Jim Alston; 1985/2.
Cainhoy Riots, 1876 (And Charleston riots); 1985/2.
Calhoun, Colonel Ransom (an affair of honor); 2001/1.
Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850 (and creation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs); 2004/3.
Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850 (and nullification and the revolutionary tradition); 1981/1;
Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850 (and the Cooperationist tradition); 1979/4.
Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850 (and the election of 1828); 1978/2.
Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850 (and William H. Crawford, and the politics of retrenchment - dismantling of the military service, 1820); 1972/3.
Calhoun, John Caldwell, 1782-1850 (recovering the Republic and the concurrant majority); 1988/3;
Calhoun, Patrick, 1856-1943 (railroad entrepreneur); Carologue 2000/2.
Camden Court Riot, April 27-28, 1785 (eyewitness account of John F. Grimke); 1982/3.
Camden and Kershaw County (Fall Plantation Tour); Carologue 1999/2.
Camden, Irish Quaker Community; 1976/2.
Cameron, Alexander, 1764-1781 (British agent among the Cherokee); 1996/2.
Campbell, Alexander and James (Brother against brother, Civil War); 1994/2.
Capital (of the Colony, removal from Charleston to Beaufort, 1772-1774); 1983/3.
Carnegie Public Library Building, Sumter; 1993/1.
Carolina Company (Scotland, 1682); 1998/2.
Carolina Herald: Laurence Cromp, Esq. of Worcester (1705); 1971/3.
Carolina Indigo (reputation of); 1979/3.
Carribbean connection (Colonial South Carolina); 1987/4.
Cary, James and Mary (Loyalist exile) 1783-1804; 1978/3.
Catawba (and American liberty); 1995/3.
Catawba (and slaveholding); 1991/2.
Catawba (and the Mormons); 2002/3.
Catawba bibliography; Carologue 2000/4.
Catawba Indians’ Confederate Service; 1995/3.
Catawba Trading Path (and John Lawson); Carologue 2000/3.
Cattle-ranching (origins, 1670-1715); 1986/2.
Cemetary inscriptions, 1736-1887, Purrysburg (Stobhar and DuPont cemetaries); 1978/1.
Cemetary inscriptions, Anderson County (Mt. Bethel Baptist and Ebenezer Methodist Cemetary inscriptions, Bush Hill (Elleton); 1977/2.
Cemetary inscriptions, Walnut Grove Plantation Cemetary; 1976/3.
Chamberlain, Daniel H. (post-Reconstruction influence, 1870's);1978/3.
Champneys' Triumph (Rose); Carologue 2000/1.
Charities Society of Charleston, 1888-1920; 1987/1
Charity and Women’s Benevolence (19th century); 1995/1.
Charles Town largest exporters of deerskins, 1735-1775; 1973/3.
Charleston, 1706 (assault on); 1982/1.
Charleston, 1684 (Indians and useful exchange of goods); 1984/4. Charleston, 1782 (liberation of); 1983/1.
Charleston, 1779 (proposed surrender); 1995/1.
Charleston (and Barbados); Carologue 2006/3
Charleston (and Owen Wister); Carologue 1998/4.
Charleston antebellum common schools; 1982/2.
Charleston Ball of 1851; 1974/1.
Charleston black policemen, 1869-1921; 2001/2.
Charleston (bombardment of, 1863, McCabe's impression); 1970/4.
Charleston bootlegging , 1915-1918; 1974/2.
Charleston census, 1848 (inadequacies); 1980/1.
Charleston childhood (Anne Jemima Clough, 1822-1836); 1997/1.
Charleston childhood (DuBose Heyward, 1885-1940); 1982/2.
Charleston, Chinese (history of); 1998/1.
Charleston, Civil War ruins, 1865; Carologue 1996/2.
Charleston, Colonial (and credit); 1998/4.
Charleston, Colonial (as major seaport, and winds and currents); 1986/3.
Charleston community evolution and race relations, 2000/3.
Charleston (correspondence of a Yankee Prisoner, 1865); 1974/4.
Charleston decline as lumber port, 1850's; 1973/2.
Charleston (deerskins and largest exporters from Charles Town); 1973/3.
Charleston (described by British travelers, 1850's); 1970/1.
Charleston economic transition (since 1865); 1979/2.
Charleston, fire; 1978/4.
Charleston Fire of 1861 (and Moses Henry Nathan); 2003/4.
Charleston Fire of 1861 (as described in Emma E. Holmes diary); 1975/2.
Charleston, French Consuls (correspondence of, 1793-1797); 1973/1.
Charleston French refugee newspapers; 1996/2.
Charleston Gazette, 1828 (marriages and death notices); 1974/3.
Charleston Government Act (1722); 1982/4.
Charleston (Great Awakening, constructing modernity, 18th century); 2005/4.
Charleston Great Fire of 1740; 1998/2.
Charleston, Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim (architectural history);
1997/1.
Charleston, "Key" connection; Carologue 2004/4.
Charleston Ladies Benevolent Society (LBS), 1813; 1995/1.
Charleston longshoremen; 2002/3.
Charleston maps (Revolution); 1975/2.
Charleston Marine School; 1987/2.
Charleston mercantile community, 1732-1767 (geographic spread); 1985/3.
Charleston mercantile community (implications of King George's War); 1976/3.
Charleston modern Southern thought; 1993/2.
Charleston monster guns, the Blakely Rifles (Civil War); 1996/2.
Charleston Museum; Carologue 1998/1.
Charleston orphans, 1790-1795; 1977/4.
Charleston phosphate boom, 1867-1920; 1985/1.
Charleston planters, 1860; 1976/4.
Charleston police, 1800-1900; 1980/1.
Charleston politics, 1800-1900; 1980/1.
Charleston Port (lumber and trade in a declining port); 1973/2.
Charleston, Pre-revolutionary (elites and indigents); 1983/3 .
Charleston radio, 1930-1947; Carologue 2001/1.
Charleston Reconstruction, 1994/1;
Charleston Renaissance; Carologue 1998/3.
Charleston, Rhode Islanders (social notes, 1791); 1974/3.
Charleston riots, 1876 (and Cainhoy riots); 1985/2.
Charleston rivers; 1988/1.
Charleston Seal; 1992/3&4.
Charleston, segregated medicine (turn of the twentieth century and Alonzo McClennan); 2003/4.
Charleston, siege of, (1790, Hessian Officer's view); 1987/1&2.
Charleston slave trade, 18th century; 1986/2.
Charleston slave trade, 1803-1808; 1986/3.
Charleston smallpox epidemic, 1760; 1996/1.
Charleston, South Carolina Association (antebellum period); 1977/3.
Charleston streetcar sit-Ins, 1867; 1976/2.
Charleston synagogues of Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim; 1979/3.
Charleston Taylor Democrats, 1848; 1972/2.
Charleston Tea Party, Dec. 3, 1773; 1974/3.
Charleston versus the Royal Navy, 1767; 1992/3&4.
Charleston Vigilant Fire Company, 1791; 1986/2.
Charleston (women artisans, 1763-1808); 2005/4.
Charleston, WWI; 1985/1.
Charleston, Yankee Prisoner correspondence, 1865; 1974/4.
Charlestonians abroad, 1740-1860 (in pursuit of refinement); Carologue 1999/1.
Cheeha Combahee Plantation; Carologue 1999/3.
Cheesborough, Esther B., 1826-1887 (Antebellum writer); 1983/1.
Cherokee (British agent among : Alexander Cameron, 1764-1781); 1996/2.
Chestnut, Mary Boykin, 1823-1886; Carologue 1996/1.
Chestnut, Mary Boykin, 1823-1886 (daguerreotype at age 17); Carologue 1996/3.
Chestnut, Mary Boykin (Rev. William Wyndham Mallet); 1988/1.
Chinese (history of, Charleston); 1998/1.
Chisolm, Alexander Robert; Carologue 2004/2.
Christ Church parish (the third parsonage); Carologue 1999/1.
Christmas cards; Carologue 2005/3.
Christmas (commercialization of gift-giving); Carologue 2004/3.
Christmas (Pooshee Plantation); Carologue 2005/3.
Church cemetaries; 1978/2.
Church of the Epiphany at the Rocks, History (Eutawville); Carologue 2003/4.
Church of the Nativity, Union, S.C. (and architect Frank Wills); 1999/3.
Churches and Clergy as Victims (Sherman’s March); 1991/1.
Citadel Rebellion of 1898; 2002/1.
Civil War (disloyalty in the Upper Districts of SC); 1974/2.
Civil War diary (of William G. Hinson); 1974/1.
Civil War Charleston ruins, 1865; Carologue 1996/2.
Civil War letters (of Abram Hayne Young); 1977/1.
Civil War monster guns (The Blakely Rifles, Charleston); 1996/2.
Civil War property claims, 1862 & 1863; 1974/2.
Civil War property claims ( and the Southern Claims Commission); 1981/3.
Civilian Conservation Corps (and the emergence of South Carolina's State Park System, 1933-1942); 2003/2.
Clark, Mark W., 1896-1984 (President of The Citadel, 1954-1965); 1994/4.
Class, Frederick, 1750-? (Petition of, American Revolution); 1984/1.
Clay, Henry (and 1840 South Carolina Court case); 1982/3.
Clemson, Anna Calhoun, 1817-1875; Carologue 1996/3.
Clemson University (Harvey Gantt and the integration of, 1963); Carologue 1998/3.
Clemson University (how Clemson got its name); Carologue 1997/1.
Clough, Anne Jemima, 1822-1836 (Charleston childhood); 1997/1.
Cofitachiqui Tribe; Carologue 2000/3.
Coker, David R., 1870-1937 (and premium cotton/rural
reform/modernization); 2001/3.
Cold Mountain, S.C.; Carologue 1998/1.
College of Charleston, 1785; 1985/4.
College of Charleston Special Collections; 1980/2.
College of Charleston's campus, 1785-1861; 2006/2.
Colleton, James Nassua, (1782 case of forfeited estates for The Continental Army); 1986/2.
Colleton County (Fall Tour); Carologue 1997/2.
Colonial Lowcountry economic growth/wealth; 1988/4.
Colonial slave trade; 1990/2, 1994/1, 2000/2.
Colonial Carribbean connection; 1987/4.
Colonial Southern youth; 1983/3.
Columbia (commercialization of gift-giving); Carologue 2004/3.
Columbia (free black population, 1860); 2003/1.
Combahee River Plantations; Carologue 1996/1.
Commercialization of Christmas, Columbia 1800/1900; Carologue 2004/3.
Confederate Receipt Book (food substitution in Civil War); 1992/1.
Confederate States of America (and Liverpool, England); 1997/4.
Confederate States Marine Corps, 1861-1865; 1985/2.
Constitutions (the first fundamental); 1970/2.
Constitutions (archives copy of the fundamental constitutions dated July 21, 1669); 1970/2.
Continental Association, 1774 (Intolerable Acts, prelude to Revolution); 1986/1.
Cooper, Anthony Ashley, First Earl of Shaftesbury; Carologue 1999/3.
Cooper River (and Kayaks); Carologue 2006/2.
Coosawhatchie, Battle of, Oct. 22, 1862; Carologue 2004/2.
Costume and fashion, 1769-1782 (Charleston); 1981/3.
Costume Ball at Flat Rock, 1866; Carologue 2001/3.
Cotton, John, 1640-1699 (and the Presbyterian Church in early South Carolina) Carologue 2001/2.
Cotton Mills, 1880-1905 (early Labor Union organizational efforts); 1971/1.
County Records, destroyed, 1785-1872; 1996/2.
Court, Magistrates and Freeholders Court, 1690-1868); 1976/1
Court System, 1720-1730; 1989/3.
Cox, Lt. Abner R., diary of, (surrender of Confederate forces,1864); 1974/4.
Crawford, William H. (and John C. Calhoun, and the politics of retrenchment - dismantling of the military service, 1820); 1972/3.
Credit and colonial Charleston; 1998/4.
Crescent Ridge Skirmish, May 23, 1865 (last clash of the War between the States in S.C.); Carologue 2002/3.
Criminal Justice and equality, 1865-1866; 1982/1.
Cromp, Laurence, Esq. of Worcester (Carolina Herald, 1705); 1971/3.
Crum, William D., 1859-1912; Carologue 2000/2.
Cunningham, Ann Pamela, 1816-1875; Carologue 1998/3.

Dartmouth, Lord (letters to, July 1766); 1976/1.
Davis, William Hervey (Marriage Register, 1837-1880); 1976/1.
Dawson, Francis, ?-1889 (and equality of the sexes); 1980/1.
Dawson, Francis W. (post-Reconstruction influence, 1870's); 1978/3.
Day, Horace Talmadge, 1909-1984 (resident artist); Carologue 2001/4.
Deas-Thomson Papers (in Australia); 1970/3.
Death Rate, 1722-1732 (white population of Charleston); 1984/4.
Death Records, 1822-1848, Jewish (Charleston); 1990/1.
Debt and its holders, 1776-1780; 1971/1.
Debtor Relief Laws, 1783-1788; 1979/1.
Deerskins (largest exporters from Charles Town); 1973/3.
Defoe, Daniel (South Carolina); 1975/3.
Democrats (Progressive, in Chicago, July 1944); 2001/3.
Demographic history of slavery, 1850 (Georgetown County, South Carolina); 1975/4.
Denominational histories; 1985/1.
Deupree, Daniel, 1768-1848 (lineage of); 1970/4.
Development and Indian trade, 1670-1719; 1975/3.
Dick, John Henry (personal tribute and plantation guest books); Carologue 1997/2.
Disaster relief (and the Great Fire of 1740); 1998/2.
Divorce, 1868-1895; 1997/1.
Douglass, Frederick (Belfast Antislavery Campaign); 1979/4.
Drayton, John, 1767-1822, (observations of Northern and Eastern states, 1793-94) 1980/4; (contribution to Geography), 2000/2.
Drayton, William Henry, 1742-1779; Carologue 2002/1.
Dredger, (First) 1857 (Steam Dredger General Moultrie); 1997/3.
Dredging Charleston, 1853-1859 (Opening the Bar); 1997/3.
DuBose, William Porcher, 1836-? (Civil War and Reconstruction); 1982/1.
Dueling (an affair of honor and Captain Arnoldius Vanderhorst, Colonel Ransom Calhoun, and Major Alfred Rhett); 2001/1.
DuPre, Josias and Martha, 1686 (and some of their descendants); 1970/1.

Economic growth/wealth (in the colonial lowcountry); 1988/4; (global perspectives), 2005/2&3.
Economic history (South Carolina); 2005/2&3.
Economic transition (Charleston) since 1865; 1979/2.
Edgefield County; Carologue 2002/2.
Edgefield (Old) District (and political insurgency); 1997/4.
Edisto Island (oral history); Carologue 2002/2.
Education reform (Greenville County, 1930s); 2005/1.
Elderly poor housing, William Enston Home (Charleston); 1997/3.
Electrification (in modernizing rural life); 1998/1.
Ellenton Riot of 1876; 1994/2.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882 (and South Carolina); 1978/4.
England, Bishop John, 1786-1842 (and Catholic Republicanism); 2001/1.
English-Spanish Rivalry, 1685-1704 (Chattahoochee Basin and West Florida); 1978/1.
English Sugar Islands (and the founding of South Carolina); 1971/2, 2000/2.
Ensor, Joshua F., 1870; 1989/3.
Enston Home (Charleston); 1997/3.
Episcopal Church Records 1983/4.
Episcopal Diocese, 1876-1890; 1990/2.
Equality and criminal justice, 1865-1866; 1982/1.
Ervin, Colonel John, 1754-1810 (Bible, 1776); 1978/3.
Espionage (General Nathanael Greene); Carologue 2004/1.
Ettwein, Joseph, 1721-1802 (journey to Georgia and South Carolina); 1990/4.
Eutawville; Carologue 1999/3.
Evans, Nathan George "Shanks", 1824-1868 (Confederate general); Carologue 2002/2.
Executive Power (post-revolutionary South Carolina); 1992/2.
Exporters (deerskins and largest exporters from Charles Town); 1973/3.

Fairlawn Barony, 1685; 2000/4.
Farmers' Movement, 1885; 1988/2.
Federal Civil-Rights Legislation, 1946-1948); 1997/2.
Federal pillage of Anderson, 1865); 1975/2.
Federalists (and origins of the Nullification Movement); 1970/1, 2000/1.
Felton, Joseph B. ? - 1950 (African American schools); Carologue 2002/3.
Fenwicke, Edward, 1723-1728 (transatlantic letters); 1984/3.
Finney, Captain Walter (Revolutionary War Diary, 1782-1783);
1997/2.
Fire and Charleston; 1978/4.
Fire Company (Vigilant) of Charleston, 1791; 1986/2.
(Great) Fire of 1740, Charleston; 1998/2.
Fireproof Building (and Robert Mills, Charleston, 1822); 1979/2.
Firm of Simons & Lapham; Carologue 2004/4.
First International Track Meet For Women, 1922 (and Lucile Godbold); 2001/2.
First South Carolinians, 1670; 1970/2.
Fisher, Eliza Middleton, 1815-?; Carologue 2002/2.
Flag (State); 1985/4.
Flagg, George Whiting, ? - 1897, (Portraits of) 1982/3.
Flat Rock (Costume Ball, 1866); Carologue 2001/3.
Florence, S.C., 1853-1890; 1981/3.
Florence Stockade, 1864-65; Carologue 2001/4.
Folly Island, 1863-1864 (Letters of Union Sergeant); 1984/2.
Fort Fisher, (Cape Fear River) 1865; 1995/1.
Fort Moultrie, Bombardment, Nov. 16, 1863; 1988/1.
Fort Moultrie (and Osceola, ca.1800-1838); Carologue 2000/3.
Fort Sumter, 1862 (an affair of honor and Captain Arnoldius Vanderhorst, Colonel Ransom Calhoun, and Major Alfred Rhett); 2001/1.
Fort Sumter, 1861 (eyewitness, letters of Private John Thompson); 1984/4.
Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861 (Fall of, and William Gourdin Young and the Wigfall Mission); 1972/1.
Fort Wagner, July 1863 attack on (personal recollections); 1980/3.
Fort Winyaw (Georgetown), 1776-1923; 1983/4.
Founding era, South Carolina; 1988/2.
Frederick, N. J (editor of the Palmetto Leader, Columbia).; 2006/4.
Fredricksburg, Battle of, December 1862, (and Maxcy Gregg and his Brigade of South Carolinians); 1994/1.
French Consuls (correspondence of, 1793-1797, in Charleston); 1973/1.
French Jacobin Club (Charleston, 1792-1795); 1990/1.
French Refugee newspapers (The), of Charleston, 1792- ;1996/2.
Fundamental Constitutions (the first fundamental); 1970/2.
Fundamental Constitutions (archives copy of the fundamental constitutions dated July 21, 1669); 1970/2.
Funeral charges, 1705 (E. Sindrey); 1981/1.
Furman University (education and social reform, 1930s); 2005/1

Gadsden, Christopher (two letters, 1766); 1974/3.
Gadsden, Washington McLean, 1824-1899; Carologue 2001/2.
Gantt, Harvey (and the integration of Clemson, 1963); Carologue 1998/3.
Garden, Alexander, 1730-1791 (and George Whitefield and the signifiance of Revivalism in South Carolina); 1970/1; 1991/1; (constructing modernity) 2005/4.
Garden, Alexander, 1730-1791 (and the gardenia); Carologue 2003/3.
Gardenia (and Dr. Alexander Garden, 1730-1791); Carologue 2003/3.
Gardens at Weehaw Plantation; Carologue 2000/1.
Gary, Martin Witherspoon (post-Reconstruction influence, 1870's);
1978/3.
Gas Rationing, World WarII; 1994/2.
Gates, Major Horatio, 1780 (last campaign); 1985/2.
Geer, Bennette E. (Furman University president); 2005/1.
General Textile Strike of 1934; Carologue 1999/2.
Gentleman’s Magazine (The), 1731, and South Carolina; 1994/2. Georgetown, (racial anxieties and miltant behavior, 1802); 1972/3.
Georgetown, International Paper; Carologue 2003/2.
Georgetown, Fort Winyaw, 1776-1923; 1983/4.
Georgetown, North Island Lighthouse; Carologue 2003/2.
Georgia (S.C. land grants in the 1760's); 1972/4.
German heritage (S.C.); Carologue 2005/4.
German Immigrants (antebellum South, Charleston); 1999/1.
Gerstner, Clara Von, 1839 (travels); 1984/3.
Gervais, John Lewis, 1741 - ? (1786 State Capital relocation legislation); 2003/3.
Gibson Family Records; 1974/4.
Gillon, Alexander (Havana, 1778); 1982/1.
Godbold, Lucile Ellerbe, 1900-1981; Carologue 1996/2.
Godbold, Lucile, 1900-1981 (and First International Track Meet For Women, 1922); 2001/2.
Goforth, Preston (and the Battle of Kings Mountain: a historical poem); Carologue 2001/1.
Goldberger, Dr. Joseph, ? - 1929, (pioneering Pellagra research): Carologue 2003/3.
Gonzales, Ambrose Elliott, 1857-1926 (telegraph operator, editor of The State); 1993/4.
Gonzales, Narciso Gener, 1858-1903 (telegraph operator, editor of The State); 1993/4.
Gordons (Artisans of Black Mingo); 1980/2.
Grant, James of Ballindalloch Castle, Scotland, papers of; 1976/3.
Great Fire of 1740, Charleston; 1998/2.
Green, Duff (election of 1828); 1978/2.
Green, Major General Nathanael, 1781 (Liberation of Charleston); 1983/1.
Greene, General Nathaneal (and espionage); Carologue 2004/1.
Greenville County Council for Community Deveopment (GCCCD); 2005/1.
Greenville County (Education and social reform, 1930s); 2005/1.
Greenville Female Academy, 1819-1854; 1998/1.
Greenville (journal of Caroline Olivia Laurens, of a visit from Charleston, May 1825); 1971/3, 1971/4.
Greenville County Council for Community Development (GCCCD). 2005/1.
Greenville County (education and social reform, 1930s); 2005/1.
Gregg, Maxcy, 1814-1862 (Battle of Fredericksburg and his Brigade of South Carolinians); 1994/1.
Gregorie, Anne King, 1887-1960 (Historian); 1990/4.
Grimke, John F. (Camden Court Riot April 27-28, 1785, eyewitness account); 1982/3.
Guard House Riot, 1856 (South Carolina College student uprising); 1983/4.
Guerard, John, 18th century Merchant and Planter; 1995/1.
Guerry, Albert Capers, 1840-1898 (artist); 1990/3.
Gurfin, Mary and Sarah, 1812-1867; 1996/1.
Guy, William, ?-1750 (Missionary); Carologue 2000/4.

Haile Gold Mine; Carologue 1999/2.
Hair Family Cemetary; 1975/4. Hammond, James Henry, the changing loyalties of, 1974/1.
Hamer, Philip May, 1891-1971; 1971/4.
Hammond, James Henry, 1836-1837 (Grand Tour); 1980/3.
Hampton, George H. (Hampton Printing Co.); 2006/4.
Hampton, Wade (post-Reconstruction influence, 1870's); 1978/3.
Harrietta (Santee River plantation); Carologue 1996/2.
Hayne, Robert Young, 1791-1839 (Navy); 1981/4.
Hazard, Ebenezer (journal of a view of coastal S.C. in 1778); 1972/4.
Hessian Map (Stono Battlefield, June 20, 1779); 1981/4.
Hessians (Black); 1982/4.
Heyward, Dorothy, 1890-1961; Carologue 1999/2.
Heyward, DuBose, 1885-1940 (Charleston childhood); 1982/2.
Heyward, Edward Barnwell (letters before and after Civil War: 1855, 1860, 1866); 1973/2.
Hinson, William G., diary (during The War of Secession, Pt.1); 1974/1.
Hinson, William G., diary (during The War of Secession, Pt.II); 1974/2.
His Majesty's Ships on the Carolina Station; 1970/3.
Historical demographics; 1988/1.
Historical fiction (bibliography for young readers); Carologue 1996/4.
Historical studies (the state of); 1970/2.
History (How Do You Do History?); Carologue 2000/4.
Holmes, Nickels John, 1848-1919 (origins of Pentecostalism); 1983/3.
Holt, Henry (Dock Street Theatre of 1736); 1978/1.
Homes and gardens; Carologue 2000/1.
Honey Hill (Grahamville), Confederate victory; 1993/1.
Hooker, General “Fighting Joe”, 1863; 1989/4.
Horry, Peter, 1745-1814 (collections of Francis Marion letters); 1980/4.
Horse racing (Antebellum Charleston); 1992/1.
Hospital Herald, 1899 (Alonzo McClennan and segregated medicine, turn of the twentieth century Charleston, S.C.); 2003/4.
Hughes, Pryce, 169?-1715 (Colony planner and explorer); 1994/4.
Humane Brotherhood, 1840s; 1981/4.
Hunt, Brian, 1727 (rector of St. John's, Berkeley); 2002/1.
Hunter, General David, 1862; 1985/3.
Huntt, William Richardson, 1860 (rescue of South Carolina's records); 1986/4.
Hurlbut, Rev. Martin Luther (Beaufort College President, 1812-1814); 1984/4.
Hurricane of 1752; 2002/4
Hutchison, Hiram, 1790-1856; 1994/3.
Hutson, Rev. William, 1720-1761 (Diaries); 2006/4.
Hyrne Family letters, 1699-1757; 2001/1.

Importers of General Merchandise, 1735-1765; 1983/1. Importing and Exporting Company of South Carolina (1862-1876); 1974/1.
Independents: South Carolina, 1882; 1995/3.
Indian trade (early), and development of South Carolina, 1670-1719; 1975/3.
Indians, 1787 (in Privy council Journals); 1981/2.
Indians and slavery; 2002/1.
Indiantown Dancing Trial of 1831; 1996/4.
Indigents (Pre-revolutionary Charleston); 1983/3.
Indigo (Carolina), reputation of; 1979/3.
Indigo (in Carolina, 1671-1796); 1971/2.
Inland Passage, 1685-1737 (scouting); 1972/3.
International Paper, Georgetown; Carologue 2003/2.
Interracial marriage (1870's); 2002/4.
Interstate and West Indian Exposition (and Blacks); 1987/4.
Irish Famine Relief, 1846-47; 2002/2.
Irish Quaker Community (Camden); 1976/2.
Izard, General George (Memoirs, 1825); 1977/1.
Izard Library; 1990/3.

Jackson, M. L. (Japanese POW, WWII); Carologue 2002/1.
Jamison, Elizabeth, 1814-1888 (tale of the war); 1998/4.
Japanese POW (WWII, M. L. Jackson); Carologue 2002/1.
Jefferson, Thomas, 1789 (in Privy Council Journals); 1981/2.
Jenkins, Edmund Thornton, 1894-1926; Carologue 1997/1.
Jervey, Thomas Hall, 1778-1846; 1995/2.
Johnson, Andrew, 1865 (National Politics and Presidential Reconstruction); 1981/4.
Johnson, Justice William, 1771-1834; 1988/3.
Johnson, Major John Johnson (letter from General Beauregard, 1869); 1978/3.
Johnson, (Governor) Robert, 1717; 1978/4.
Johnston, Commissary Gideon, 1713 (report to Bishop of London on state of Church); 1982/4.
Johnston, Olin D.; Carologue 1998/2.
Jordan, Colonel Daniel W., 1810-1883 (and the Civil War); 2001/4.
Jury service, 1790s; 1986/1.

Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim, Charleston (architectural history);
1997/1.
Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim, Charleston (Synagogues of); 1979/3.
Kalteisen, Michael, 1729-1807 (founding of Charleston Friendly Society); 1999/1.
Kayaks (and Cooper River); Carologue 2006/2.
Kensington Plantation (Fall Tour); Carologue 1998/2.
Kershaw County and Camden (Fall Plantation Tour); Carologue 1999/2.
King George's War, implication for the Charleston Mercantile Community; 1976/3.
Kings Mountain, Battle of (and Preston Goforth, a historical poem); Carologue 2001/1.
Kirkland, Richard Rowland, 1843-? (Angel of Marye's Heights); Carologue 2001/4.
Kosciuszko, Thaddeus, 1782 (Liberation of Charleston); 1983/1.
Ku Klux Klan, 1871 (Federal Government's attack on); 1996/1.
Ku Klux Klan, 1922-1925 (Horry County); 1984/3.

Labor Union, 1880-1905 (early organizational efforts in South Carolina Cotton Mills); 1971/1.
Ladies Benevolent Society (LBS), 1813 (Charleston); 1995/1.
Lady Baltimore Cake (Owen Wister and Lady Baltimore Cake recipe); 1998/4.
"Land for the Landless" (Sherman's March, 1864); 1984/1.
Land Grants in Colonial South Carolina; 1976/3.
Lapham, Samuel (architecture of); Carologue 2004/4.
Lathan, Robert, 1881-1937; Carologue 1998/4.
Laurens, Caroline Olivia, May 1825 (journal of a visit to Greenville from Charleston); 1971/3, 1971/4.
Laurens, Colonel John, 1755-1782 (political education of); Carologue 2001/1.
Laurens, Colonel John, 1755-1782 (the Middle Templar at Washington's side); Carologue 2003/1.
Laurens, Henry, 1724-1792; 1972/4; 1975/2; 1991/4; 1999/2; 2005/2&3; 2006/2.
Law, Margaret Moffett, 1871-1956; Carologue 1997/3.
Lawson, John, ?-1711 (and the Great Catawba Trading Path); Carologue 2000/3.
Learning online (South Carolina History on the Web); Carologue 1999/2.
Le Jau, Francis (in Ireland); 1977/2.
Lee, Rebeckah, 1684 (Useful exchange of goods with Indians); 1984/4.
Legare, Hugh Swinton (and the Tyler Presidency); 1978/4.
Legareville; Carologue 1997/4.
Legislative collections (Olin D. Johnston); Carologue 1998/2.
Legislative (Commons) removal from Charleston to Beaufort, 1772-1774; 1983/3.
Leigh, Sir Egerton (political authorship); 1974/3.
Letters from the Front (the modern military collection); Carologue 2003/3.
Letters of Union Sergeant, 1863-1864 (Folly Island); 1984/2.
Lexington's Theological Library, 1832-1859; 1979/1.
Liberty, Black Bondage, and Equality (Revolutionary reflections on); 2000/1; 1979/3.
Libraries (of Colonial South Carolina); 1971/2.
Limerick Rice Plantation (Berkeley County), 1683-1945; 1981/1.
Literary and Philosophical Society (antebellum South Carolina); 2003/3.
Liverpool England (10 Rumford Place) and the Confederacy; 1997/4.
Loyalists, 1700s; 2006/1.
Louis, Deopold Daniel (Civil War letters); 1986/3.
Lowcountry Rail Line; Carologue 2004/2.
Lowndes, Alice Middleton; Carologue 2001/3.
Lowry, Samuel Catawba: Diary (The War for Independence, North and South); 1978/3.
Loyalism; 1991/1.
Loyalist exile, 1783-1804; 1978/3.
Loyalist Plan ( to retake Georgia and the Carolinas, 1778); 1974/4.
Loyalist trials (at Ninety Six, 1779); 1979/2.
Loyalists (in Caribbean and Central America); 1992/3&4.
Loyalists (in Revolutionary War South Carolina); 1995/2.
Lunatic Asylum; 1981/3, 1989/3.
Lynch, Patrick Neison, Third Bishop of Charleston, 1817-1882 (and slaveholding); 2001/3.
Lyttelton Expedition of 1759; 1976/1.

Magistrate and Freeholders Court, 1690-1868; 1976/1.
Maham, Hezekiah, 1784; 1980/2.
Mallet, Rev. William Wyndham, 1862 (travels through the Confederacy); 1988/1.
Manigault, Charles (The Ante-Bellum Rice Planter as revealed in letterbook, 1846-1848); 1973/3, 1973/4.
Manigault, Gabriel, 1704-1781, (Charleston merchant); 2000/2.
Marine Corps, 1861-1865 (Confederate States); 1985/2.
Marine School; 1987/2. Marion, Francis (as Intelligence Officer); 1976/4.
Marion, General Francis, 1732-1795; Carologue 1999/4.
Marion, General Francis, 1732-1795 (New Facts about an Old Story); Carologue 1999/4.
Marion, General Francis, 1732-1795 (The Order Books of); Carologue 1999/4.
Marion, General Francis, 1732-1795 ("Song of Marion's Men"): Carologue 1999/4.
Marion, General Francis, 1732-1795 (The Swamp Fox in history and literature); Carologue 1999/4.
Marlboro County, 1760-1824 (pioneer physicians); 1980/3.
Marlboro County (The Baron of); Carologue 2003/4.
Marriage and Death Notices (Charleston Gazette, 1828); 1974/3.
Marriage and Death Notices (The Pioneer and Yorkville Weekly Advertiser, 1823-24); 1971/2.
Marriage and Death Notices (Yorkville Compiler, 1840-41); 1971/3.
Marriage and Death Notices (Yorkville Encyclopedia); 1971/4.
Mathews, John (S.C. delegate to Congress, 1778-1782); 2002/2.
Maverick, Samuel (letter from, 1846); 1974/3.
May River Plantations, (tombstone inscriptions); 1973/1.
Mays, Benjamin E., 1894-1984 (Civil Rights Movement); Carologue 1997/4.
McBee, Vandry, 1775-1864; Carologue 1996/4.
McCabe, W. Gordon (impression of the bombardment of Charleston, 1863); 1970/4.
McClennan, Alonzo C., 1855-1912 (and segregated medicine, turn of the century Charleston) 2003/4.
McClennan, Alonzo Clifton, 1873-1874; 1988/1.
McCormack, Helen Gardner, 1903-1974; 1974/2.
McCrady, Edward , 1802-1892; 1990/2.
McCrady, Edward, 1833-1903; 1990/2, (and conservative thought 1865-1855) 1999/2.
McCulloh, Henry (Royal Commissioner, 1741); 1974/1.
McDowell, William, 1789-1851 (Presbterian minister from New Jersey); 1978/1.
McGill, Sam, 1831 (and the Sanhedrin); 1996/4.
McGowan, Clelia, 1865-1956 (and social activism); 2003/2.
McKissick, Anthony Foster, 1869-1938 (Union County); Carologue 1996/1.
McKissick, Edward Perrin, 1867-1902 (Union County); Carologue 1996/1.
McSwain, John J. "Mr. Mack", (Congressman Fourth District of South Carolina 1920-1936); 1977/4.
Medical Officers (of the South Carolina Militia, 1799-1934); 1970/1.
Medicine (Theodore Gaillard Thomas, M.D., 1831-1903); 1998/4.
Memminger, C.G., 1803-? (Antebellum Charleston common schools); 1982/2.
Mercantile community, 1732-1767 (geographic spread); 1985/3.
Merchandise, 1735-1765 (importers of); 1983/1.
Methodist Records; 1984/1.
Mexican War (General Waddy Thompson); 1977/1.
Mexico (Joel R. Poinsett's Secret Mexican Dispatch, 1825); 1974/2.
Michaels, Carolyn Dennette (Poem: My Grandparent's House); Carologue 1997/4.
Middle Temple (John Laurens at Washington's side); Carologue 2003/1.
Middleton, Henry (slave arbitration between England and United States, War of 1812); 1981/1.
Middleton, Mary Hering, 1772-1850; Carologue 2002/2.
Middleton Place House (destruction of paintings & property); 1977/2.
Middleton Place on the Ashley; 1991/3.
Miles Brewton House (design sources); 1981/2.
Military service 1820 (and Calhoun, Crawford, and the politics of retrenchment - dismantling of military); 1972/3.
Militia (Antebellum, 1790-1859, identified companies); 1987/2.
Mill towns (textile fast-pitch softball league); Carologue 2001/2.
Miller, John, 1730-1807 (and his descendents); 1971/2.
Miller, Thomas E., 1849-1938 (and South Carolina State University); Carologue 1996/4.
Miller, Thomas E., 1849-1938 (on Reconstruction); Carologue 1996/4.
Mills, Robert (Fireproof Building, Charleston, 1822); 1979/2.
Modern Southern thought(and Charleston); 1993/2.
Montagu, Lord Charles Greville, 1781 (American POW's for Kings Service in Jamaica); 1983/2.
Mordecai, Moses Cohen, 1804-?; Carologue 2001/1.
Morgan, Sarah Idea Fowler (1870s feminist); 1980/1.
Mormons and the Catawba, 1883-1920); 2002/3.
Morse, Samuel F.B. (portrait painter), 1818-1821; 1978/2.
Mortan, Governor Joseph, 1630-1688 (parentage, English background, of); 1973/3.
Moultrie, General William, 1730-1805; Carologue 2001/3.
Moultrie, William (Letter to George Washington at Mount Vernon, April 7, 1786); 1982/2.
Mount Dearborn, 1802-1829 (National Armory at Rocky Mount); 1980/3 & 1980/4.
Mule Brigade,1863; 1989/4.
Muller, Frederick William, 1849-? (Journal of travel from Germany to Charleston); 1985/4.
My Grandparents' House (Poem by Carolyn Dennette Michaels); Carologue 1997/4.
Myrtle Beach (20th century resort town); Carologue 2002/3.

Name changes; 2003/2.
Nathan, Moses Henry (and the Great Charleston Fire of 1861); 2003/4.
National Armory, 1802-1829 (Mount Dearborn at Rocky Mount); 1980/3, 1980/4.
Native Americans; Carologue 2000/3.
Native Americans (Catawba bibliography); Carologue 2000/4.
Navy (and Robert Young Hayne, 1791-1830); 1981/4.
Navy, Oared Fighting Ships, 1776-1780; 1986/4.
Nazi troopers, 1944-1946; 1980/4.
Ninety Six (Loyalist Trials, 1779); 1979/2.
Ninety Six (origins of community name); 1991/2.
Ninety Six (Siege of, May 22-June 19, 1781); 1971/1.
Nolen, John (town planner); 2004/4.
North Folly Park site (historic register listing); Carologue 2004/1.
North Island Lighthouse, Georgetown; Carologue 2003/2.
Nullification; 1981/1.
Nullification controversy (a U.S. Navy officer's impression); 1975/1.
Nullification Movement (Federalists and the origins of); 1970/1, 2000/1.
Nullification, origins of; 1982/2.

Odenwald (Ship) Incident; Carologue 2005/1.
Old homes and gardens; Carologue 2000/1.
Orangeburg County, 1860-1880 (Slaveholders, economic study); 1985/4.
Orr, James L., 1822-1873 (and Cooperationist Tradition); 1979/4.
Osceola, ca.1800-1838; Carologue 2000/3.
Osteopathy, 1902 (South Carolina); 1990/3.
O'Sullivan, Captain Florence (and origins of Carolina); 1975/4.

Palmetto Leader's mission (newspaper, Columbia), 1925-1940; 2006/4.
Patriot ship (and Theodosia Burr Alston); Carologue 1998/2.
Peery Southern Maritime Collection; Carologue 1998/1.
Pellagra (and Dr. Joseph Goldberger); Carologue 2003/3.
Pendleton, S.C. (a Yankee and his Pendleton wives); Carologue1998/4.
Penitentiary project, 1806-1808; 1984/1.
Perry, Benjamin Franklin, 1805-1886; Carologue 1999/1.
Peterkin, Julia, 1881-?; Carologue 1997/3
Peterkin, Julia, 1881-? (Symphony); Carologue 1998/4.
Petigru, James L., 1836 (aids Revolutionary War widow); 1985/1.
Petigru, James L., 1862 (recommended to Supreme Court); 1984/2.
Petigru, James Louis, 1789-? (freedom's champion); 1982/4.
Petigru women (19th century Charleston); 2001/4.
Phillips, U.B. (Historian's 1904-1932 letters to Yates Snowden, South Carolina College); 1984/4.
Phosphate Boom, 1867-1920; 1985/1.
Physicians (Pioneer), 1760-1824 (Marlboro County); 1980/3.
Pickens, Lucy Holcombe (Southern writer), 1832-1899; 2002/4
Piedmont and Waccamaw Regions (economic comparison); 1987/2.
Pierpont, John (1805 Journal of Waccamaw River Plantation); 1987/3.
Pinkney and Sarah Ross (interracial marriage in the 1870's); 2002/4.
Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth (two letters, 1797); 1975/1.
Pinckney, Eliza Lucas,1722-1793; 1998/3; 2005/2&3.
Pinckney, Eliza Lucas (and her family in Antigua, 1668-1747); 1998/3.
Pinckney, Eliza Lucas, 1722-1793 (letters 1768-1782); 1975/3.
Pinckney, Eliza Lucas, 1722-1793 (portrait of an 18th century American); 1971/4; 2005/2&3.
Pinckney, Eliza Lucas, 1722-1793 (world of); Carologue 1997/1.
Pinckney, Thomas (candidacy in the election of 1796); 1975/2.
Pinckney, Thomas, 1822 (General Gates Southern campaign); 1985/2.
Placemen; 1973/1.
Planter Household, 1852 (a year of residence); 1996/4.
Planters (Charleston) in 1860; 1976/4.
Planter's Estate ( Inventory of a ); 1972/1.
Plays. South, a play by Julian Green; Carologue 2004/2.
Pocotaligo, Battle of, Oct. 22, 1862; Carologue 2004/2
Poellnitz, Baron Frederick Carl Hans Bruno von, 1734-1801 (Marlboro County); Carologue 2003/4.
Poem “The River Sampit” (18th-century topographical poem);
1992/3&4.
Poinsett, Joel R. (secret Mexican dispatch twenty, 1825); 1974/2.
Point of Santa Elena, 1552-1566 (South Carolina-Georgia coast); 1983/2.
Political organization, 1920-1936; 1977/4.
Political representation (South Carolina, 1669-1794); 2002/2.
Politics, 1705-1706 (narrative of South Carolina Commons House of Assembly meeting); 1984/3.
Pooshee Plantation (Christmas past); Carologue 2005/3.
Populism, 1886-1896; 2006/3.
Porcher, Frederick Adolphus,1809-1880 (Southern nationalism); 2005/1.
Porgy (From Porgo to Porgy); 1986/1.
Port Royal, 1704 (Robert Quary's advice on settling); 1982/2.
Port Royal Railroad; 2003/3.
Porter, Rev. A. Toomer; 1990/2, 1991/2.
Portraits of George Whiting Flagg; 1982/3.
Pregnall, Samuel James & Bro. (Shipyard, 1874); Carologue 2002/4.
Presbyterian Church (and John Cotton and Archibald Stobo in early South Carolina); Carolgoue 2001/2.
Presbyterian Clergy (and the American Revolution); 1970/4.
Presbyterian Ecclesiastical Names and Places; 1994/1, 1989/1&2.
Presbyterian Records; 1984/2.
Pringle, Judge Robert, 1702-1776, (Descendants of); 2000/4.
Pringle, Robert (and his world), ? - 1776; 1975/1.
Prisoner of War, WWII (Jackson, M. L., ? - 1944); Carologue 2002/1.
Privy Council Journals; 1981/2.
Progressive Democrats (in Chicago, July 1944); 2001/3.
Proprietary Period, 1670-1719 (and Indian trade); 1975/3.
Pro-Slavery Argument ( and James Henley Thornwell, Millennial Abolitionist); 1972/1.
Protestants and slave reform 1830-1865; 2002/3.
Purry, Jean Pierre, 1675-1736; 1991/4.
Purrysburg (lists of German-speaking settlers); 1991/4.
Purvis, Melvin (and Dillinger); Carologue 2004/1.

Quary, Robert (advice on settling Port Royal, 1704); 1982/2.
Quillen, Robert, 1887-1948; 2001/2.
Quintrents, Receiver Generals of the; 1973/1.

Race relations (T. McCants Stewart on); 1979/4.
Racial violence (and Federal Civil-Rights Legislation, 1946-2948); 1997/2.
Rail Line, Lowcountry; Carologue 2004/2.
Railroad; 1976/2.
Ramsay, Dr. David, Patriot historian; 1976/4.
Ramsay, Martha Laurens, 1759-1811; Carologue 2001/3.
Randolph, Edward, 1698 (attack on Proprietary Government); 1978/1.
Raper, Robert (Letterbook, 1759-1770); 1981/2.
Ravenel, Dr. Henry, 1790-2867 (at Pooshee and Pineville); 1980/2.
Reconstruction, letter from a Reconstruction renegade; 1976/1.
Reconstruction (Post-), 1870's (and Wade Hampton, Daniel H. Chamberlain, Francis W. Dawson, Martin Witherspoon Gary); 1978/3.
Reconstruction Charleston (Community evolution and race relations); 1994/1.
Reconstruction South Carolina, 1869-1872 correspondence; 1979/1.
Records (Destroyed, 1785-1872); 1996/2.
Records (Rescue of, 1860).
Records of Whitten Village; 1976/4.
Red Cross (and Marguerite Waterhouse in India, 1945-46); Carologue 2006/4
Redfern, Paul, 1902-?(daring lost airman); Carologue 1997/4.
Reese, Thomas; 1973/3.
Refugee Blacks, 1864 (Sherman's March); 1984/1.
Religious Records (Demoninational histories: African Methodist Episcopal Church, Congregational, Unitarian and Universalist Churches, The Christian Church (disciples of Christ), French Protestant (Huguenot) Church, Jews, Lutheran, Roman Catholic Church, Society of Friends (Quaker);
Republican Party, 1962; 1997/3.
Republican Party, 1965-1970 (Albert William Watson); 1988/4.
Republicanism (a Scotsman describes South Carolina, 1810-1811); 1970/3.
Retrenchment (dismantling of the military service, 1820, and Calhoun, Crawford); 1972/3.
Revivalism, 1738-1741 (the significance of, and Alexander Garden and George Whitefield); 1970/1; 2004/2.
Rhett, Colonel Alfred (1863 & Second Battle of Fort Sumter); 1977/3.
Rhett, Major Alfred, 1829-1889 (an affair of honor); 2001/1.
Rhett, Robert Barnwell, letters received from Robert Woodward Barnwell, 1841; 1976/4.
Rhode Islanders in Charleston (social notes, 1791); 1974/3.
Rice, John Andrew, 1888-1968 (and Black Mountain College); Carologue 1998/2.
Rice Driver (Role in slave management); 1981/4.
Rice Planter, Ante-Bellum ( letterbook of Charles Manigault, 1846-1848); 1973/3, 1973/4.
Richardson, John P. (Governor, 1886-1888); 1988/2.
Richland County Plantations (Fall Tour); Carologue 1998/2.
Ricker, Corporal Eli S., 1865 (Letters); 1981/3.
Riots, 1876 (and Cainhoy Riots); 1985/2.
Ripley, Roswell Sabin, ? - 1887 (Charleston’s gallant defender); 1994/3.
Rivers; 1988/1.
Rivers, John (1669 voyage of the Three Brothers); 1979/4.
Robert, Henry Martyn ( and Robert's Rules of Order); Carologue 2000/4.
Robert Mills House, Columbia; 1998/2.
Robertson, Reuben, ?-1853 (Turkey Creek); 1990/4.
Robertville (life and death); Carologue 2000/4.
Rock Hill, S.C. (Anderson automobile); Carologue 1996/3.
Rock Hill, S.C. (textile fast-pitch softball league); Carologue 2001/2.
Rocket fleet, 1944-1945; Carologue 2002/4.
Rogers, George C., Jr., 1922-1997 (In Memorian); Carologue 1997/3.
Rollin, Misses (Black Women in Reconstruction South Carolina);
1991/3.
Roper, Daniel C. (1932 Presidential campaign); 1984/1.
Rose (Champneys' Triumph); Carologue 2000/1.
Rosenwald School Program; Carologue 2002/3.
Royal Navy, 1767; 1992/3&4.
Rural life (Modernizing and rural electrification); 1998/1.
Russian Ballet Performances, 1912, 1916, 1922; 1992/3&4.
Rutledge (& Young) law firm, records; Carologue 2006/1.
Rutledge, Anna Wells, 1907-1996; Carologue 1996/3.
Rutledge, Edward; 1993/4.
Rutledge family (Irish origins); Carologue 2000/2.
Rutledge, Henry Middleton (Letter to father, Nov. 1, 1797);
1982/3.
Rutledge, John; 1993/4.

Saint James', Goose Creek (18th Century Parish tax return); 1980/1.
Saltpond (mystery); Carologue 2000/3.
Samuel J. Pregnall & Bro. Shipyard; Carologue 2002/4.
Sandlapper magazine; Carologue 1996/4.
Santee Delta Storm Towers; 1980/2.
Sass, Herbert Ravenel, 1884-1958 (novelist, naturalist, historian); Carologue 2002/2.
Savannah River Rice Plantations (St. Peter's Parish); 1987/3.
Saxton, General Rufus, 1862; 1985/3.
Schirmer Diary (1843); 1971/2, 1971/4, 1972/2, 1972/3, 1972/4.
Schirmer Diary (1844); 1973/1, 1973/2 ,1973/3, 1973/4.
Schirmer Diary (1845); 1974/1, 1974/2, 1974/3, 1974/4.
Schirmer Diary (1845); 1975/1, 1975/2, 1975/3.
Schirmer Diary (1846); 1975/4, 1976/1, 1976/2, 1976/3,
Schirmer Diary (1847); 1978/1, 1978/2, 1977/1, 1977/2, 1977/3.
Schirmer Diary (1848); 1980/1, 1979/1, 1978/3.
Schirmer Diary (1849); 1981/1,2,3 & 1982/3.
Schofield, Martha, 1839-1916, (Rights of Women); 1984/3.
Schools (Common), in Antebellum Charleston; 1982/2.
Scotman's visit, 1770-1772; 1984/3.
Seal (Charleston's); 1992/3&4.
Secession. (Union District, 1850-60); Carologue 2004/3.
Secessionville, Battle of (June 11, 1862) claim for losses sutained by the war; 1974/2.
Segregated medicine (turn of the twentieth century Charleston, S.C.); 2003/4.
Segregation in Charleston, 1950s; 1991/2.
Senatorial Election of 1962 (Two-Party politics); 1997/3.
Shaftsbury, Earl of (St. Giles' Seigniory, Carolina Plantation); 1970/2.
Shaftesbury, First Earl of; Carologue 1999/3.
Shaftesbury Papers (preface to); Carologue 1999/3.
Sheriff, Hilla, 1903-1988; Carologue 1996/3.
Sherman, General William Tecumseh, 1820-1891, (Sherman's March, 1864); 1984/1.
Sherman, General William Tecumseh, 1820-1891, (at Cheraw, S.C., 1865); 1999/4.
Sherman's March, 1864 (Black refugees); 1984/1.
Sherman’s March (South Carolina); 1991/1.
Ship Prosper (fate of); 1992/3&4.
Ship Registers, 1734-1780; 1973/4.
Ship Registers, Index to; 1973/4.
Ships (His Majesty's on the Carolina Station); 1970/3.
Sickle Cell Anemia, 1971-1981; 1993/3.
Siege of Charleston, 1780 (Hessian Officer's view); 1987/1&2.
Signiory of Fairlawn, 1685; 2000/4.
Signiory of St. Giles, 1678; 2000/4.
Silhouette portraiture; Carologue 2005/2.
Simms, William Gilmore, 1806-1870 (Southern nationalism); 2005/1.
Sketches from Nature, by A. Fraser and C. Fraser; 1992/1.
Slave arbitration (between England and United States, War of 1812); 1981/1.
Slave demography (Lowcountry, 1670-1740); 1995/4, 2000/3.
Slave emancipation: British West Indian, 1833-1834 (effect on South Carolina); 1984/2.
Slave execution by fire; 1990/2.
Slave independence and enterprise, 1780-1865; 1992/2.
Slave laws, 1670-1700; 1993/2.
Slave management (role of rice driver); 1981/4.
Slave naming Practices (generation and gender); 1993/4.
Slave trade, 1803-1808; 1986/3.
Slave trade, Colonial South Carolina; 1990/2, 1994/1, 2000/2.
Slave trade, 18th century Charleston; 1986/2.
Slave trading; 1996/1.
Slaveholders (economic study, 1860-1880, Orangeburg County); 1985/4.
Slavery, 1850 (demographic history, Georgetown County, South Carolina); 1975/4.
Slavery, policing of (& The South Carolina Association); 1977/3.
Slaves, free black owners of; 1975/3.
Slaves in the American Revolution, 1775-1783; 1978/2.
Small wage earner (Dear Congressman, do something); Carologue 1998/2.
Smallpox Epidemic, 1760 (Charleston); 1996/1.
Smalls, Robert, 1839-1915 (in Beaufort today); Carologue 1998/1.
Smith, Ellison D. "Cotton Ed", 1864-1944; 1970/4.
Smith, Josiah, 1704-1781; 2004/2.
Smith, Rev. Robert, 1732-1801 (1775 Humiliation Sermon); 1999/3.
Smyth, Thomas (Belfast Antislavery Campaign, 1840's); 1979/4.
Snowden, Yates (U.B. Phillips' 1904-1932 correspondence); 1984/4.
Social reform (Greenville County, 1930s); 2005/1.
Socioeconomic classes, 1790s (South Carolina and Massachusetts); 1980/4.
"Song of Marion's Men" (Poem by William Cullen Bryant, 1794-1878); Carologue 1999/4.
South; a play by Julian Green; Carologue 2004/2.
South Atlantic Blockading Squadron (Diary of James W. Boynton); 1975/3.
South Carolina, 1787-1860 (the problem of); 1988/3.
South Carolina Academy of Authors; Carologue 1999/1.
South Carolina Association (antebellum Charleston); 1977/3.
South Carolina begins (a preface to The Shaftesbury Papers); Carologue 1999/3.
South Carolina cemeteries (helping to rest in peace); Carologue 1998/1.
South Carolina College, 1822; 1993/1.
South Carolina College (19th century); 1984/3.
South Carolina College (student population and The Guard House Riot, 1856); 1983/4.
South Carolina conception of the Union, 1832; 1977/3.
South Carolina Constitution of 1776; 1976/2.S
South Carolina economic history; 2005/2&3.
South Carolina founding era; 1988/2.
South Carolina founding of, (and Sugar Islands); 1971/2, 2000/2.
South Carolina (Georgia land grants in the 1760's); 1972/4.
South Carolina (German heritage); Carologue 2005/4.
South Carolina Gubernatorial Campaign of 1938; 1972/3.
South Carolina Gubernatorial Election of 1890; 1972/4.
South Carolina Historical Magazine (150th anniversary campaign); Carologue 2005/2.
South Carolina Historical Magazine (celebrating 100 years); 2001/1.
South Carolina Historical Magazine (three articles from a century of excellence): 2000/3.
South Carolina Historical Marker Program; Carologue 2003/4.
South Carolina Historical Society (sesquicentennial address, Feb. 25, 2005); 2005/2&3.
South Carolina Historical Society visual archives; Carologue 2002/1.
South Carolina history (100 years of preserving and publishing the history); 2000/1.
South Carolina history (and Barbados); Carologue 2006/3.
South Carolina history (past, present, future); 2000/4.
South Carolina history (thoughts on writing South Carolina history); 2000/2.
South Carolina history on the Web; Carologue 1999/2.
South Carolina Interstate and West Indian Exposition (and Blacks); 1987/4.
South Carolina legislative journals: Chief Justice Yonge; 1977/2.
South Carolina Loyalists, 1700s; 2006/1.
South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, 1870-1877; 1989/3.
South Carolina Militia (and the Chief Medical Officers, 1799-1934); 1970/1.
South Carolina oranges; Carologue 1996/4.
South Carolina origins (and the medieval seaports of Europe); Carologue 1998/3.
South Carolina problem; 2006/1.
South Carolina rocket fleet, 1944-1945; Carologue 2002/4.
South Carolina (Scotsman describes South Carolina, 1810-1811); 1970/3.
South Carolina War with British (1782 Agreements favoring Planters); 1979/1
South Carolina roads (before 1833); Carologue 1996/1.
South Carolina (Second Bank of the United States: conflict in political principle or economic interest); 1971/1.
South Carolina Senator (first), Pierce Butler, 1744-1822); 1977/2.
South Carolina (Southern Nationalism); 2005/1.
South Carolina State University (and Thomas E. Miller); Carologue 1996/4.
South Carolina University - 1876; 1975/4.
South Carolina War with British (1782 Agreements favoring Planters); 1979/1.
South Carolina War with British (1782 Agreements favoring Planters); 1979/1
South Carolinians,1670 (the first); 1970/2.
South Carolinians (who is one?); 2000/4.
Southern Independents: South Carolina, 1882; 1995/3.
Southern Loyalists (in Caribbean and Central America); 1992/3&4.
Southern Nationialism (in Antebellum South Carolina); 2005/1.
Southern Progressivism; 2005/1.
Southern Women and jury service; 1980/2.
Spanish-American War; 1991/3.
Sparks, Jared, 1789-1866 (visits South Carolina); 1971/3.
Spartanburg (Civil War); Carologue 2003/1.
Spartanburg District Magistrats and Courts, 1824-1865; 1986/4.
Springs, John III , 1782–1853; 1994/3, 1996/1.
St. Giles' Seigniory (The Earl of Shaftesbury's Carolina Plantation); 1970/2.
St. Michael's Church, Charleston (and the brass chandelier); Carologue 2003/4.
St. Michael's Church, Charleston (and the quarter chime); Carologue 1997/1.
St. Paul's Parish, Stono (the Church at Stono Flats); Carologue 18/2.
Stafford, Mary (Letter to kinswoman in England, 1711); 1980/1.
Stamp Act (South Carolina's opposition to); 1972/2.
State Capital relocation legislation, 1786 (and John Lewis Gervais); 2003/3.
State Capitol, new, 1851-1855 (Construction of); 1999/2.
State College Students Protest, 1955-1968 (Civil rights/Campus wrongs); 1996/4.
State Flag; 1985/4.
State Park system, (emergence of, 1933-1942); 2003/2.
Stewart, T. McCants, 1852-1923 (black South Carolinian on race relations); 1979/4. Stobo, Archibald, ?-1741 (and the Presbyterian Church in early South Carolina); Carologue 2001/2.
Stockade (Florence), 1864-65; Carologue 2001/4.
Stono, Battle of, June 20, 1779; 1981/4.
Suffragists; 1981/1.
Sugar Islands, English (and the founding of South Carolina); 2000/2.
Summer, William, 1815-1878; Carologue 2000/1.
Summerall, Charles P. (President of The Citadel, 1931-1953); 1994/4.
Sumter, Natalie Delage (1782-1841); Carologue 2001/3.
Sunderland, Charles Spencer, third Earl of (Caribbean correspondence, 1706-1710); 1982/1.
Supreme Court, 1862 (and James Louis Petrigru); 1984/2.
Swamp Fox (in history and literature); Carologue 1999/4.
Synagogues (of Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim, Charleston); 1979/3.

Tate, William, 1728-? (Captain and Chef de Brigade); 1987/4.
Ternant, Jean Baptiste, 1778-1782 (Inspector General and advisor to Southern forces; 1985/3.
Textile fast-pitch softball league (Rock Hill, S.C.); Carologue 2001/2.
Textile Industry; 1992/2; 2004/4.
Textile Strike of 1934; Carologue 1999/2.
Thomas, Anna Hasell (Diary of, July 1864-1865); 1973/3.
Thomas, Theodore Gaillard, M.D., 1814-1888 (Development of American medicine); 1998/4.
Thompson, General Waddy (Mexican War); 1977/1.
Thompson, Private John, 1861 (Eyewitness to Fort Sumter); 1984/4.
Thornwell, James Henley, 1847 (Southern Presbyterian Church); 1986/1.
Thornwell, James Henry, 1813-? (Millennial Abolitionist and the Pro-Slavery argument); 1972/1.
Three Brothers (1669 voyage of); 1979/4.
Thunderstorm of 1771; 1973/1.
Tillman, Benjamin Ryan, 1885 (Farmer's Movement); 1988/2.
Timrod, William Henry (letter of, 1836); 1975/4.
Tisdale, Thomas (a writer's rules of engagement); Carologue 2001/3.
Tobler, John, 1696-1765 (description of South Carolina (1753); 1970/3.
Tower, R. Lockwood, 1908-1997 (In Memorian); Carologue 1997/4.
Towne, Laura M.(and the freed people, 1862-1901); 1997/4.
Track Meet For Women, 1922 (First International) and Lucile Godbold; 2001/2.
Travelers in South Carolina (early 18th century); 1978/2.
Travels, 1838; 1984/3.
Trott, Chief Justice Nicholas (Impeachment 1719); 1993/2.
Trott, Nicholas, ? - 1740; 1975/1.
Tsar Alexander I (slave arbitration between England and United States, War of 1812); 1981/1.
Tucker, Thomas Tudor, 1745-1828; 1995/2.
Two-Party Politics (1962 Senatorial Election); 1997/3.
Tyler Presidency (and Hugh Swinton Legare); 1978/4.

Ulmann, Doris, 1882-? (Carolina photographs of); Carologue 1997/3.
Ulmann, Doris, 1882-? (footsteps: bus tour to Campbell Folk School, Biltmore); Carologue 1997/4.
Union District (and secession); Carologue 2004/3.
Union Sergeant, Letters of, 1863-1864 (Folly Island); 1984/2.
United States Constitution (Adoption of); 1988/2.
United States Constitution (Adoption of by South Carolinians); 2000/1.
United States Constitution (Bicentennial reflections on South Carolina, 1787-1860); 1988/3.
University of South Carolina Bicentennial; Carologue 2000/4.
Urban crime, 1788 (Charleston's City Gazette); 1987/3.
USS Edisto; Carologue 2000/2.

Vanderhorst, Adele Allston, 1842-? (Civil War diary); 2001/4.
Vanderhorst, Captain Arnoldus (an affair of honor); 2001/1.
Vesey, Denmark; 1999/4, 2004/1.
Vigilant Fire Company of Charleston, 1791; 1986/2.
Vignoles, Charles Blacker, 1817-1923 (Charleston); 1984/2.
Vote (devaluation of/legislative apportionment and inequality); 2000/3.

Waccamaw and Piedmont regions (Economic comparison); 1987/2.
Wagener, John A., 1816-1876 (and German community in Charleston); 1999/1.
Walnut Grove Plantation Cemetary, tombstone inscriptions; 1976/3.
Waltrip, Furman D. (Odenwald -- Ship); Carologue 2005/1.
War for Independence, North and South (Diary of Samuel Catawba Lowry);1978/3.
War of 1812; 1989/4.
War with Spain; 1991/3.
Ward, Clinton, 1828-? (and Ward, S.C.); Carologue 1996/4.
Ward, S.C. (and Clinton Ward); Carologue 1996/4.
Waring Historical Library Manuscript Guide; 1985/2.
Washington, George (and John Laurens, the Middle Templar at Washington's side); Carologue 2003/1.
Washington, George (I knew someone who knew); Carologue 1998/1.
Washington, George (William Moultries's letter, April 7, 1786); 1982/2.
Waterhouse, Marguerite (and Red Cross, in India 1945-46); Carologue 2006/4.
Watson, Albert William (S.C. Republican Party, 1965-1970); 1988/4.
Wauhatchie, Battle of; 1989/4.
Weather and the history of the Old South; 1989/4.
Weehaw Plantation (designing the gardens); Carologue 2000/1.
Weir, Robert M. (author of Colonial South Carolina: a history); 1998/2.
Wells, Robert, 1754 (colonial Charleston printer); 1978/1.
Wesley, John (last visit to Charleston); 1977/4.
West Indian (British) slave Emancipation Act, 1833 (Effects); 1984/2.
West, Joseph, (naval career of, 1665- 1669); 1970/2.
Whaley, William Burroughs Smith, 1866-1929; 1992/2.
Wharton, Joseph, 1826-1909; 1995/4.
"What If It All Came In At Once!" (poem by C. Dennette Michaels); Carologue 1999/2.
Whitefield, George, 1714-1770 (and Alexander Garden and the significance of Revivalism, 1738-1741); 1970/1; 2004/2; (constructing modernity) 2005/4.
Whitten Village, Records of; 1976/4.
Wigfall Mission ( and William Gourdin Young and the fall of Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861); 1972/1.
Wiggs of South Carolina; 1973/2.
William Enston Home (Charleston); 1997/3.
Williamos, Charles (letter to Lord Darmouth, July 1766); 1976/1.
Williams, Charles, letter to Lord Dartmouth July 1766; 1976/1.
Williams, Hannah English,?-1722, (Natural History Collector); 1986/2.
Willis, Eola (artist, writer, illustrator, activist), 1856-1952; Carologue 1999/3.
Willtown( founded 1690s); Carologue 1998/1; 2004/2.
Winthrop College, 1915-1920 (Equal-Pay-for-Equal Work); 1994/3.
Winthrop College archives and special collections (Women's history resources); 1981/2.
Winthrop College (finds home, Rock Hill); Carologue 1998/2.
Wister, Owen (a writer, a President, and a Charleston Cake); Carologue 1998/4.
Wister, Owen (describes the 1901-1902 Exposition); Carologue 1997/3.
Wolfe, Fred (brother of writer Thomas Wolfe), Spartanburg; Carologue 1996/2.
Wolfe, Thomas (Look Homeward Angel); Carologue 1996/2.
Women, enfranchisement of, early years: 1890; 1976/2.
Women, enfranchisement of, 1912; 1979/4.
Women and South Carolina Court of Equity, 1842-1845); 1995/3.
Women and World’s Fairs; 1993/3. A
Women artisans (Charleston, 1763-1808); 2005/4.
Women's rights (Martha Schofield, 1839-1916); 1984/3.
Woodson Thesis; 1975/3.
Woodward, Henry, 16?-1685 (South Carolina's first frontiers man); Carologue 2000/3.
Workers (and the General Textile Strike of 1934); Carologue 1999/2.
World War I (Charleston); 1985/1.
World War II (letters from the front: the modern military collection); Carologue 2003/3.

Yankee ( and his Pendleton wives); Carologue 1998/4.
Yonge, Chief Justice; 1977/2.
York, James Albert, ?-1865 (the last Confederate to be killed fighting for South Carolina); Carologue 2001/4.
Young, Abram Hayne (Civil War letters); 1977/1.
Young, William Gourdin (and the Wigfall Mission and fall of Fort Sumter, April 13, 1861); 1972/1.