Plantations -- South Carolina.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Virginia Gurley Meynard papers
Scope and Contents Two and one-half linear feet, 1835-1850 and ca. 1975-1997, reflect in part the research interests and accomplishments of Texas-born Virginia Gurley Meynard, a former journalist and public relations counselor, who for the past several decades has contributed significantly to the historical, civic, and cultural milieu of Columbia, her adopted South Carolina home.When Virginia Meynard published The Venturers: The Hampton, Harrison and Earle Families of Virginia, South Carolina and...
Dates: 1835 - 1997
William Sinkler Manning
Summary Correspondence, letter books, and business records re cotton trade, textile mills, and other aspects of life in S.C. during Reconstruction and the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Letters, 1866-1996 and undated; bills and receipts, 1845-1919; legal papers, lien and rent contracts, 1874-1928 and undated [on site - legal-size document box]; and records of various cotton textile mills, 1880-1949 and 1960-1966. Topics addressed include cultivation and sales of cotton; African Americans...
Found in: South Caroliniana Library / William Sinkler Manning
Williams, Chesnut and Manning families papers
Scope and Contents Papers and correspondence, 1766 - 1905 and 1927 (496 items) of the Williams, Chesnut, Manning and related families; topics discussed include national, state and local politics, legislation and controversies of the day; family news; reports on weather, crops and agricultural matters related to farming and farmers and owners plantation; collection includes letters, photographs, clippings, cards, recipes, and other items. Places represented include South Carolina (Camden and Charleston;...
Dates: 1766 - 1927