Media Type: Documents

Joe Jackson Reference Book

Comprehensive reference book covering Shoeless Joe Jackson’s entire baseball career (1908-1932).


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Upstate African American Genealogy

Indexes of enslaved persons’ names pulled from probate records across the Upstate of South Carolina.


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Native American South Carolina Archive

A joint project of the Native American Studies Archive at the University of South Carolina Lancaster, the University of South Carolina’s Institute for Southern Studies, and the University of South Carolina Libraries’ Digital Collections. NASCA will expand the research and service impact of the University of South Carolina Lancaster’s Native American Studies Center and Archive, …


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Forward Together; South Carolina in World War I

Forward Together is a multiple-venue project, developed by a consortium of historical and educational institutions, that focuses on the participation of South Carolina during World War I and its effects on the state. Through exhibitions, public lectures, and the development of curricula, this project gives the community a better understanding of the twentieth century’s economic, …


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O. H. Wienges World War II Collection

This collection is comprised of first hand accounts, logs, and photographs of life on the U.S.S. Landing Craft Infantry 759 during World War II. The journaled account was written by Gerald Atherton forty years after his experiences. The Executive’s morning order book was kept by Lt. O.H. Wienges while on the Naval ship. The collection …


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James and Marian Robinson Scrapbooks, 1935-1969

This collection includes both a bound (1944-1949) and an unbound (1935-1969) scrapbook, and each book offers a snapshot into the life of Jim and Marian Robinson. Letters, photos, and newspaper clippings are all included in this collection.


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Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Archival Collections

From its beginnings as a country church of fewer than twenty-five communicants, Trinity has grown to an urban parish numbering more than 3,600 baptized members. Throughout its history the parish has played a leading role in the affairs of the city, the state, and the church. Six of her rectors have become bishops, and she …


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South Carolina State Registers

According to the South Carolina Legislative Council, the South Carolina State Register, an official state publication, is a temporary update to South Carolina’s official compilation of agency regulations–the South Carolina Code of Regulations. Dating back to as far as 1977, the South Carolina State Register is published monthly and contains the executive orders from the office …


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Marlboro County Public Library Historic Documents

The Marlboro County Public Library is currently digitizing books, pamphlets and other documents related to the history of Marlboro County. Most are works by local authors which were originally published in very small editions and are no longer available for sale in a print version. As more items become digitized, they will be included here.


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O. H. Wienges World War II Collection

This collection is comprised of first hand accounts, logs, and photographs of life on the U.S.S. Landing Craft Infantry 759 during World War II. The journaled account was written by Gerald Atherton forty years after his experiences. The Executive’s morning order book was kept by Lt. O.H. Wienges while on the Naval ship. The collection …


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