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The University of South Carolina Press and the University of South Carolina Libraries are pleased to announce the launch of Access Able Books.Titles published under this joint imprint are selected from the diverse collections of the Thomas Cooper Library and the South Caroliniana Library as a means to republish important out-of-print volumes of scholarship and […] Journal kept by Alexander Glennie concerning his activities as rector of All Saints (Episcopal) Church, Waccamaw, South Carolina.Includes a list of plantation chapels (Woodbourne, Laurel Hill, Brookgreen, Oaks, Litchfield, Waverly, Midway, True Blue, Hagley, Fairfield, Sandy Knoll, Cedar Grove, and Mount Arena); the constitution (1832) and minutes (1832-1838) of All Saints Sunday School (an […] Sarah Angelica Singleton was born in Wedgefield, South Carolina in 1818, the daughter of prominent South Carolina plantation owner, Richard Singleton, and his wife Rebecca Travis Coles.In 1838, Angelica would marry Abraham Van Buren, son of the 8th President of the United States, Martin Van Buren.During her father-in-law’s term of office, Angelica would […] This collection consists mostly of the correspondence, with some related materials, of the Barnwell family of Beaufort and lowcounty South Carolina.Topics covered by various family members include the solace of religion; ministering in various Episcopal Churches in South Carolina (1830s-1860s); temperance; conflict and disagreement (1830s-1860s) with the Roman Catholic Church and Father John Fielding’s […] Camilla Urso was one of the leading violinists of the 19th century.She accomplished this at a time when the violin was not considered to be a suitable instrument for a woman to play.



He never finished it and between 18, no formal record of new or existing specimens was kept.As a result, the only surviving information on the collection was contained in Brumby’s partial catalogue and the hastily scrawled paper […] Charles Fraser (1782-1860) was a lifelong resident of Charleston, South Carolina and a renowned artist known primarily for his miniatures of fellow Charlestonians.Starting in 1798, before delving full time into his art, Fraser studied law under John Julius Pringle, Charles Cotesworth Pinckney and others, and was admitted to the bar in 1806. Charles Stuart Vedder (1826–1917) consist primarily of letters as well as diaries spanning a period of over sixty years.Vedder moved from Schenectady, New York, to Columbia, South Carolina, to study at Columbia Theological Seminary.