Iveson L. Brookes papers, 1792-1884.
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Baptist minister and educator, of South Carolina. From the description of William Bullein Johnson papers, 1848-1922. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 30843732 ...
Farmer, governor of South Carolina, 1890-1894, and U.S. senator, 1895-1918; from Trenton (Edgefield Co.), S.C. From the description of Papers, 1894-1897. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 20400241 The series title represents "Personal Unprocessed" and was designed as such by staff at the South Caroliniana Library as part of their system of classifying collections. Apparently this part of the Tillman Papers was processed at a later date than the Incoming and Outg...
Basil Manly (1798-1868), was a Baptist clergyman, president of the University of Alabama, and husband of Sarah Murray (Rudulph) Manley. His children were Richard Fuller Manly (1845-1919) and Charles Manly (1837-1924). From the guide to the Basil Manly Papers, ., 1849-1869, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.) Basil Manly (1798-1868), Baptist clergyman, president of the University of Alabama, husband of Sarah Murray (Rudulph)...
Author, judge, and state legislator of Newberry County, S.C.; raised in the Quaker faith; educated at South Carolina College; began practicing law, May 1814; espoused Unionist views during the Nullification controversy of 1832; served four terms in the S.C. House between 1816 and 1828, including two terms as Speaker of the S.C. House. From the description of John Belton O'Neall papers, 1815-1953. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 744565098 ...
Baptist clergyman and planter, of Hamburg (Aiken Co.), S.C. From the description of Papers, 1831-1888. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19312887 Baptist minister, educator and planter; born in N.C.; plantations in Jasper and Jones counties, Ga., and Edgefield County, S.C., and elsewhere; 1819 graduate of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; employed overseers to manage plantations while working as minister and educator, in North Carolina, and Georgia. ...
Chartered in South Carolina in 1827 to construct railroads or canals from Charleston to Columbia, Camden, and Hamburg, S.C.; railroad line opened in 1833 from Charleston to Hamburg (136 miles); consolidated in 1843 with Louisville, Cincinnati, and Charleston Railroad Company to form South Carolina Railroad Company. From the description of Records, 1835-1841. (Virginia Tech). WorldCat record id: 28410778 ...
James Knox Polk followed a career path which was blazed by Andrew Jackson. Both men hailed from southwestern North Carolina. Both migrated to Tennessee, where they practiced law and entered politics, and both were elected president of the United States. As similar as their paths were, James Polk was a different personality from his fiery predecessor. His life and career were marked by a relentless pursuit of his goals instead of the dramatic aura that perpetually surrounded Jackson. The effect...