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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 .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)
F274 .R48 [Info] Glories of the Carolina Coast (Columbia, SC: R. L. Bryan Co., 1925), by James Henry Rice (page images at HathiTrust)
F274 .S48 1940 [Info] Red Shirts Remembered: Southern Brigadiers of the Reconstruction Period (Atlanta: Printed by Ruralist Press, 1940), by William Arthur Sheppard (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
F274 .S551 [Info] Some Reasons Why Red Shirts Remembered (Greer, SC: C. P. Smith Co., c1940), by William Arthur Sheppard
F274 .S57 1932 [Info] South Carolina During Reconstruction (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1932), by Francis Butler Simkins and Robert H. Woody (page images at HathiTrust)
F274 .T24 1874 [Info] Proceedings of the Tax-Payers' Convention of South Carolina, Held at Columbia, Beginning February 17, and Ending February 20, 1874 (with Lathers' "South Carolina: Her Wrongs and Remedy"; Charleston, SC: News and Courier Job Presses, 1874), by S.C.) Tax-Payers' Convention of South Carolina (1874 : Columbia, contrib. by Richard Lathers
F274 .T25 [Info] Reply to the Memorial of the Tax-Payers' Convention, Addressed to the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States (Columbia, SC: Republican Printing Co., 1874), by Republican Party (S.C.)
F274 .T26 [Info] Rejoinder to the Reply of the Central Committee of the Republican Party So. Carolina to the Memorial of the Taxpayers's Convention (Charleston, SC: News and Courier Job Presses, 1874), by S.C.) Tax-Payers' Convention of South Carolina (1874 : Columbia
F274 .T45 1926 [Info] Ousting the Carpetbagger From South Carolina (Columbia, SC: Press of the R. L. Bryan Co., 1926), by Henry T. Thompson (page images at HathiTrust)
F274 .T55 1909 [Info] The Struggles of 1876: How South Carolina Was Delivered From Carpet-Bag and Negro Rule (ca. 1909), by Benjamin R. Tillman (page images at HathiTrust)
F274 .U59 [Info] Proceedings in the Ku Klux Trials at Columbia, S.C., in the United States Circuit Court, November Term, 1871 (printed from government copy; Columbia, SC: Republican Printing Co., 1872), by United States 4th Circuit Court, ed. by Benn Pitman and Louis F. Post
F274 .W56 1935 [Info] Hampton and His Red Shirts: South Carolina's Deliverance in 1876 (Charleston, SC: Walker, Evans and Cogswell Co., c1935), by Alfred B. Williams (page images at HathiTrust)
F277 .A5 V26 [Info] Traditions and History of Anderson County (Atlanta: Ruralist Press, 1928), by Louise Ayer Vandiver (page images at HathiTrust)
F277 .B3 J67 [Info] A Social History of the Sea Islands, With Special Reference to St. Helena Island, South Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1930), by Guion Griffis Johnson (page images at HathiTrust)
F277 .B3 P62 [Info] The Negroes at Port Royal, by Edward Lillie Pierce (page images at MOA)

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