The South Carolina State Library Digital Collections is a set of online projects that expand the State Library's mission to provide equal access to information for all South Carolinians. These online collections create greater access to the State Library's unique historical resources and new digital projects.
Within the Digital Collections are several distinct projects. The State Library is collaborating with public libraries across the state to increase access to local holdings. The South Carolina State Documents Depository is an online library of both current and historical state documents. The South Carolina Tombstone Project is a collaboration between the State Library and partner public libraries in the state to provide images and transcriptions of tombstones in local cemeteries.
The State Library also partners with the South Carolina Digital Library to provide access to historical photographs of library service throughout the state, including bookmobiles, WPA library project, and children’s library service.
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(2018-11)The study examines the Warner Hall Cemetery. The first graves dates to 1662, with the burial Mary Towneley Warner, the wife of Augustine Warner I. The last known burial was that of James J. McLanahan, the son-in-law of the ...
Cultural resources survey of the Aycock School 100 kV transmission project, Chester and York Counties, South Carolina (2019-04)This report provides the results of a cultural resources investigation of an approximately 11.74 miles of corridor proposed for the use of a transmission line extending from an existing breaker station on Highway 9 in north ...
(2019-03-29)This study reports on the examination of a sample of charred plant remains from the site known as the Cork Site, 220K746, located in Oktibbeha County, east central Mississippi.
Additional archaeological survey of locus F, 38BU968, Walling Grove Plantation, Beaufort County, South Carolina (1997-10-06)This survey was done to assess the archaeological significance of the site.