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Article, 1885.
3 p. (Photocopy) BR /> Daily newspaper in Charleston, S.C.
No. 56 "Fighting Fair Women" Our Women in the War: The Lives They Lived, The Deaths They Died.
The author's son, a Citadel cadet, was sent home to Columbia with pneumonia after the battle of Tulifinny. Feb. 1865, Union troops entered the city and threatened to burn the house. Gen. Atkins wrote a protection for the house after his officers said they were guarded and well treated by Citadel cadets in Charleston, Florence and Macon.

AF Civil War News & Courier


Centennial edition, 1803-1903.
1 folder.
Describes history of the newspaper Charleston, S.C. & its employees; a century in politics in S.C., colleges, literature, tea, water power, cattle industry, cotton mill, undertaking, tobacco, timber, phosphates & fertilizers, Marjenhoff bakery, development of railroads, street railways, care of the insane, physicians, churches, Columbia Union, Greenwood, Anderson, Buffalo Lick Springs, Darlington Ku Klux Klan.

AFFC A1986.17


1939 Sept. 1-3.

AFFC 1962.96.1-.3


"Commencement" 1886 July 26.

AFFC 161.364.2


"Commencement" 1886 July 27.

AFFC 1961.364.3


"Commencement" 1886 July 28.

AFFC 1961.364.4


"Commencement" 1886 July 29.

AFFC 1961.364.5


"U.S. and Japan at War" 1941 Dec. 7.

AFFC 1962.96.4


"War Scale Grows" 1941 Dec. 8.

AFFC 1962.96.5


"US Declares War on Germany" 1941 Dec. 12.

AFFC 1962.96.6


"125th anniversary of the News & Courier 1828-1953" 1953 Jan. 8.

AFFC 1963.102.1


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