7 edition of history of South Carolina found in the catalog.
|Statement||by William Gilmore Simms, rev. by Mary C. Simms Oliphant (with supplementary chapters) maps and illustrations, adopted for use in the schools.|
|Contributions||Oliphant, Mary C. Simms 1891- editor.|
|LC Classifications||F269 .S58 1917|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||17022876|
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South Carolina has changed so much in its history, and that makes this book an interesting read. From ultra-conservative, slave-based sugar and tobacco colony, to Southern Federalist stronghold, to modern tourist hot spot, South Carolina has transformed itself from isolated aberration into a Cited by: 9.
The History of South Carolina Hardcover – Aug by William Gilmore Simms (Author), Mary C Simms (Mary Chevillett Oliphant (Creator)Cited by: 1.
In the first comprehensive history of South Carolina published in nearly fifty years, Walter Edgar presents a sweeping narrative of a state with an illustrious, sometimes infamous, past.
He describes in very human terms years of recorded history in the Palmetto State, including the experiences 5/5(2). South Carolina as a Royal Colony The colony was divided into North and South Carolina in In –16 the settlers were attacked by the Yamasee, who had become resentful of exploitation by the Carolina traders.
The uprising was finally quelled after much loss of life and property. Excerpt from The History of South Carolina Since William Gilmore Simms gave his history of the State to the public, the researches of historians have brought to light many new facts about South Carolina's stirring past.
In consequence, the editor has been obliged to make numer ous changes in many Reviews: 1. Page - If the convention thinks that North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia will ever agree to the plan, unless their right to import slaves be untouched, the expectation is vain.
The people of those states will never be such fools as to give up so important an interest. In the first comprehensive history of South Carolina published in nearly fifty years, Walter Edgar presents a sweeping narrative of a state with an illustrious, sometimes infamous, past/5.
Ramsay's history of South Carolina, from its first settlement in to the year by Ramsay, David, Pages: Settled by the English inSouth Carolina became the eighth state to ratify the U.S. constitution in Itsearly economy was largely agricultural, benefitting from thearea’s fertile.