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F272 .R45 [Info] South Carolina Counties, Districts, Parishes and Townships; Also a List of Tax Collectors for 1765, a List of Justices of The Peace for 1765, a List of Justices of The Peace for 1785 (Columbia, SC: J. Revill, ca. 1945), by Janie Revill (page images at HathiTrust)
F272 .S16 [Info] Narratives of Early Carolina, 1650-1708 (New York: C. Scribner's Sons, 1911), ed. by A. S. Salley (page images at HathiTrust)
F272 .S66 [Info] South Carolina as a Royal Province, 1710-1776 (New York and London: Macmillan, 1903), by W. Roy Smith
F272 .W53 [Info] Documents Connected With the History of South Carolina (London, 1856), ed. by Plowden C. J. Weston (multiple formats at Google)
F272 .W72 [Info] Virgo Triumphans: or, Virginia in Generall, but the South Part Therof in Particular: Including the Fertile Carolana, and the No Lesse Excellent Island of Roanoak, Richly and Experimentally Valued (London: Printed by T. Harper for J. Stephenson, 1650), by Edward Williams and John Ferrar (HTML at EEBO TCP)
F272 .W72 [Info] Virgo Triumphans: or, Virginia Richly and Truly Valued, More Especially the South Part Therof, viz. the Fertile Carolana, and no Lesse Excellent Isle of Roanoak, of Latitude from 31 to 37 Degr. Relating the Meanes of Raising Infinite Profits to the Adventurers and Planters (London: Printed by T. Harper for J. Stephenson, 1650), by Edward Williams and John Ferrar (multiple formats at archive.org)
F272 .W73 1650 [Info] Virginia, More Especially the South Part Thereof, Richly and Truly Valued: viz. the Fertile Carolana, and No Lesse Excellent Isle of Roanoak, of Latitude From 31 to 37 Degr. Relating the Meanes of Raysing Infinite Profits to the Adventurers and Planters (second edition; London: Printed by T. Harper for J. Stephenson ..., 1650), by Edward Williams
F273 .C64 1916 [Info] On the Old Plantation: Reminiscences of His Childhood, by J. G. Clinkscales (HTML and TEI at UNC)
F273 .D45 [Info] Old Plantation Days, by N. B. De Saussure (illustrated HTML and TEI at UNC)
F273 .M3 S3 [Info] Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, Revolutionary Patriot, by James Hodge Saye (HTML with commentary at tripod.com)
F273 .M63 [Info] Rumbling of the Chariot Wheels (Columbia, SC: The State Company, 1923), by I. Jenkins Mikell (page images at HathiTrust)
F273 .P53 C53 1920 [Info] Gen. James Johnston Pettigrew, C. S. A., by Walter Clark (HTML and page images at ecu.edu)
F273 .P96 [Info] Proceedings of the Meeting of Delegates from the Southern Rights Associations of South Carolina, Held at Charleston, May, 1851 (Columbia, SC: Johnston and Cavis, 1851), by Southern Rights Associations of South Carolina (multiple formats at archive.org)
F273 .R52 1965 [Info] Robert Barnwell Rhett, Father of Secession (originally published 1931; reprinted Gloucester, MA: P. Smith, 1965), by Laura Amanda White (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
F273 .S7 [Info] Journal of the Conventions of the People of South Carolina, Held in 1832, 1833, and 1852: Republished by Order of the General Assembly (Columbia, SC: R. W. Gibbes, 1860), by South Carolina Convention (1832-1833) and South Carolina Convention (1852)
F273 .S72 [Info] Journal of the State Convention of South Carolina, Together With the Resolution and Ordinance (Columbia, SC: Johnston and Cavis, 1852), by South Carolina Convention (1852)
F274 .B16 [Info] Essays in Reaction: Back to Calhoun; Back to Aristocracy (read before the Kosmos Club of Columbia, S.C.; 1925), by W. W. Ball (page images at HathiTrust)
F274 .B3 [Info] A Boy's Recollections of the Red Shirt Campaign of 1876 in South Carolina (Columbia, SC: The State Co., printers, 1911), by W. W. Ball (multiple formats at archive.org)
F274 .D38 [Info] The Respectful Remonstrance, on Behalf of the White People of South Carolina, Against the Constitution of the Late Convention of That State, Now Submitted to Congress for Ratification (Columbia, SC: Phoenix Book and Job Power Press, 1868), by Democratic Party (S.C.)
F274 .L34 [Info] Address to His Excellency President Grant (Charleston, SC: News and Courier Job Presses, 1874), by Richard Lathers
F274 .L35 1874 [Info] South Carolina, the Condition and the Prospects of the State; Confiscation of Private Property and Repudiation of the Public Debt: Address of Colonel Richard Lathers, Delivered Before the New England Society of Charleston on Forefathers' Day, December 22, 1873 (Charleston, SC: News and Courier Job Presses, 1874), by Richard Lathers
F274 .L354 [Info] South Carolina, Her Wrongs and the Remedy: Remarks of Col. Richard Lathers, Delivered at the Opening of the Taxpayers' Convention, in Columbia, S. C., Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1874 (two-column booklet; ca. 1874), by Richard Lathers
F274 .L354 [Info] South Carolina, Her Wrongs and the Remedy: Remarks of Col. Richard Lathers, Delivered at the Opening of the Taxpayers' Convention, in Columbia, S. C., Tuesday, February 17th, 1874 (Charleston, SC: News and Courier Job Presses, 1874), by Richard Lathers
F274 .P63 [Info] The Prostrate State: South Carolina Under Negro Government (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1874), by James Shepherd Pike
F274 .P63 1875 [Info] Zuid-Carolina Onder Negerbestuur: Eene Bijdrage tot de Kennis van Amerika (in Dutch; Doesborgh: R. v. Hinloopen Labberton, 1875), by James Shepherd Pike, trans. by B. Scholten (page images at HathiTrust)

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