Documents and pamphlets: South Carolina history, Revolutionary and Civil wars 1808, 8 pages, LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR, INCLOSING HIS REPORT ON THE PETITION OF ASA DELOZEAIR, ATTORNEY IN FACT FOR JOHN BEGLEY, LATE A SERGEANT IN THE S. Carolina continental Regiment of Artillery... extinguishing the debts due from the United States.
1862, 1 page, ORDER OF MAJOR GENERAL D. HUNTER, HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH, HILTON HEAD, PORT ROYAL, S.C. ... It is with deep regret that the general commanding the the department has received several reports against officers for returning fugitive slaves in direct violation of a law of Congress. [Excerpt from General Orders, No.27].
1863, 4 pages, MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT. To the Senate and House of Representatives: I herewith transmit, for your consideration, a communication from the Secretary of the Treasury, covering estimates of sums needed for the public service among the Indian tribes... JEFFERSON DAVIS. [Regarding treaties with Creek, Choctaw, Cherokee, Osage and Comanche Indian tribes and the sums on money needed for them to comply with treaty stipulations].
1865, 9 pages, MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT. To the Senate of the Confederate States: In partial response to your resolution of the 24th ultimo, I herewith transmit communications from the Secretary of the Navy and the Postmaster General, relative to the number of white men between the ages of 18 and 45, and of negroes, whose services are necessary to their respective Departments... JEFFERSON DAVIS.
1896, 42 pages, A JOURNAL OF THE SOUTHERN EXPEDITION, 1780-1783. BY WILLIAM SEYMOUR, SERGEANT-MAJOR OF THE DELAWARE REGIMENT. [Recounts march of thousands of miles, many historical figures and places including Battle of Camden].
Harwell, Richard, ed. THE SOUTH: HISTORY & LITERATURE 1861-1865. CONFEDERATE IMPRINTS COLLECTION. [Catalog by Arno Press that lists 211 Confederate Imprints, reprinted in 1972; gives a short description of the original and the ISBN of the reprint].
Rutledge, Anna Wells. CATALOGUE OF PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. Copyright, 1943, The City Council of Charleston. [Includes thorough documentation on portraits and other works of art, mostly relating to South Carolinians, with biographical notes on the artists and subjects and excerpts from original source materials, including City Council records, contemporary newspaper notices and artists' correspondence].
Watson, Louise M. OLD NINETY SIX, STAR FORT, AND CAMBRIDGE. Issued by the Greenwood County Historical Society, 1960. [Historical sketch of a focal point of importance and interest in the early development of the South Carolina back country].
Way, William. THE OLD EXCHANGE AND CUSTOM HOUSE 1767-1970, CHARLESTON, S.C. Published by the Rebecca Motte Chapter, Charleston, S.C. Novemeber 16, 1921. 1970 reprint. [Includes information on the origin, construction and use before, during and after the Revolutionary War].