South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Scope and Contents A pioneer in the field of digital humanities, David Chesnutt was born to Thomas Brice and Lena (Moss) Chesnutt in Athens, Alabama in 1940. Chesnutt expressed an interest in journalism from an early age, contributing pieces to school newspapers throughout his grade school years. He went on to write and edit for the University of Alabama newspaper and was awarded a degree in journalism from the university in 1962. After college he worked for the Alabama Journal for several years covering a...
Scope and Content Note The papers of the Reverend Oliver Hart (1723-1795) span the years 1741 to 1795 and include correspondence, diaries, and sermon notes from colonial and Revolutionary periods in Charleston, S.C. The collection is arranged chronologically in the following series: correspondence and miscellaneous papers; journals and diaries; photographs; publications; and sermons and sermon notes.While there are some early letters to his father, the bulk of correspondence is from Oliver Hart to his...
Dates: 1961 and undated; Majority of material found within 1741 - 1795