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    • Journal of the Commons House of Assembly, October 6, 1757-January 24, 1761 

      Lipscomb, Terry W.; South Carolina Department of Archives and History; South Carolina. General Assembly. Commons House (South Carolina State Library, 1996)
      This is a record of the proceedings of the Commons House of Assembly from October 6, 1757 to January 24, 1761.
    • Rice and the making of South Carolina : an introductory essay 

      Littlefield, Daniel C.; South Carolina Department of Archives and History (South Carolina State Library, 1995)
      Originally, Carolinians grew rice on dry land, but early in the eighteenth century, cultivation spread to swampy fresh water areas. Until the 1850s, rice reigned supreme. But large-scale rice production was limited to the ...
    • South Carolina becomes a state : the road from colony to independence, 1765-1776 

      Lipscomb, Terry W.; South Carolina Department of Archives and History (South Carolina State Library, 1988-07)
      A chronological presentation of the events in South Carolina from 1765-1776, the years when South Carolina became estranged from Great Britain, became closer to the other colonies, and helped found the United States.
    • South Carolina's Antebellum Militia 

      Stauffer, Michael E. (South Carolina State Library, 1991)
      This publication draws on many sources to describe the organization of the militia in both words and maps and to list volunteer companies. In addition, the appendix holds a transcription of two pages of the Confederate ...
    • The connection - a brief history 

      South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism (South Carolina State Library, 2011)
    • The origin of Carolina 

      Salley, A. S. (Alexander Samuel) (South Carolina State Library, 1926)