Records, 1851-1859.

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Johnson Female University (Anderson, S.C.). Records, 1851-1859.

Records, 1851-1859.

Printed items, 1851-1853 [in folder], and bound volume, 1853-1859, of financial records. Printed prospectus, 29 Jan. 1851, with list of teachers and members of the Board of Trustees, a description of the course of study and length of the scholastic year, and information re tuition and boarding. Printed announcement, 15 Jan. 1853, re the name change from Johnson Female Seminary to Johnson Female University and containing a list of faculty [2 copies]; and letter of William B[ullein] Johnson, 19 July 1853, requesting I[veson] L. Brookes to attend a meeting of the board and including postscript reporting "100 Students have entered since the University opened in February." Financial ledger volume, 1853-1859 [located at Annex], listing accounts for expenses of the music department, listing money paid to and spent by the music department; entries for years 1853-1854 are certified by P.S. Vaudiver, Treasurer, and for 1855-1859 by J. Scott Murray, Treasurer (pages 555-560); this volume originally included records for "General Account, 1853," "Account with faculty," and "Account with Trustees," but these pages have been removed. More than 50 years after its use by the University, the largely blank volume was used during early 20th century by Elise Mauldin Paget to record genealogical data of several related families who lived in the vicinity of Pendleton, S.C., a work she titled, "The Paternal Ancestry of Elise Mauldin Paget, wife of James Manchester Paget and daughter of Benjamin Franklin Mauldin and Mary Eliza Daniel Reed" [ca. 1920s?].

1 v. (Annex)

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Johnson, William Bullein, 1782-1862

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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 ...

Johnson Female University (Anderson, S.C.)

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Women's college founded 1848 in Anderson, S.C., named for Rev. William Bullein Johnson (1782-1862), first president of the Southern Baptist Convention; prior to 1853, known as Johnson Female Seminary; the school closed during the Civil War. From the description of Records, 1851-1859. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 30843559 ...

Paget, Elise Mauldin.

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Brookes, Iveson L., 1793-1865

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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. ...