The governors' officers : a short history of the establishment, mission, and people of South Carolina's first organized police
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A short history of the establishment, mission, and people of South Carolina’s first organized police
Notes:Donated by the author.
AuthorHuguley, Mark W.
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|Creator||Huguley, Mark W.|
|Date of Issue||2017|
|Description||A short history of the establishment, mission, and people of South Carolina’s first organized police|
|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina Historical Books|
|Rights||Copyright 2017 Mark W. Huguley. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, or distributed without the consent of the author.|
|Subject||South Carolina. Law Enforcement Division--History|
|Subject||Police, State--South Carolina--History|
|Subject||Law enforcement--South Carolina--History|
|Title||The governors' officers : a short history of the establishment, mission, and people of South Carolina's first organized police|
|Notes||Donated by the author.|
|Digitization Specifications||This South Carolina State Document was either saved from a document available publicly online in PDF format or converted to PDF using Adobe Acrobat DC.|
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