King's Mountain Centennial Association records, 1880-1910.

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King's Mountain Centennial Association. King's Mountain Centennial Association records, 1880-1910.

King's Mountain Centennial Association records, 1880-1910.

Chiefly correspondence of Col. A[sbury] Coward, Chairman of the Centennial Committee, and Miss Lesslie D. Witherspoon, President of the Association, re appointment of committees, invitations, program and publicity connected with the "Centennial Celebration," 7 Oct. 1880, of the Battle of King's Mountain, and the dedication, 7 Oct. 1909, of the monument erected by the U.S. Government; including 9 letters, 12 Mar. - 23 Sept. 1880, Copse Hill, Ga., Paul H[amilton] Hayne, to A[sbury] Coward, re preparation of an ode to be delivered at the Centennial; letters from various Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee officials, South Carolina Governors Martin F. Ansel, Thomas B. Jeter, and Johnson Hagood, Ellison Capers, J[ohn] P[eyre] Thomas, H[erbert] R[avenel] Sass, John S. Preston, and J[ohn] C[alvin] Hemphill; and correspondence with various officials in the War Department re inscriptions for the monument and plans for dedication.

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Hemphill, John Calvin

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United States. War Department

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Hayne, Paul Hamilton, 1830-1886

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Thomas, John Peyre, 1833-1912

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Witherspoon, Lesslie D.

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Coward, Asbury, 1835-1925

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Served as Commander of 5th Regt., South Carolina Volunteers during Civil War; physician of Charleston and Columbia, S.C.; Coward was wounded in action at the Wilderness; author of book The South Carolinians. From the description of Asbury Coward papers, 1863 and ca. 1870. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 32877555 Educator, founder of King's Mountain Military School in Yorkville, S.C. in 1855; Confederate Army Officer; superintendent of The Citadel 1890-190...

Hagood, Johnson, 1829-1898

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Confederate army officer, governor, and public official of Georgia. From the description of Letter of Johnson Hagood, 1881. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79450700 ...

Ansel, Martin F., 1850-1945

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Capers, Ellison, 1837-1908

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Ellison Capers (1837-1908) was a Confederate brigadier general and Episcopal bishop in South Carolina. From the guide to the Ellison Capers Papers, ., 1891; 1902 and undated, (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.) Confederate officer and Protestant Episcopal clergyman, of Columbia and Charleston, S.C. From the description of Papers, 1860-1908. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19317092 Confede...

Preston, John Smith, 1809-1881

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Member of the S.C. General Assembly (1848-1851); lieutenant colonel in Confederate Army; mustered troops in Charleston, S.C. (Nov. 1861 through Jan. 1862); commander of prison camp in Columbia, S.C. (Feb.-Mar. 1862); conscription officer for South Carolina (Apr. 1862-July 1863) in Columbia, S.C. From the description of Letter, 1862 Feb. 20, Columbia, S.C., to Robert E. Lee. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 37787271 Confederate general; South Carolina repre...

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Jeter, Thomas B., 1827-1883.

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Thomas Bothwell Jeter served three months (Sept.-Nov. 1880) as governor of South Carolina following the resignation of Gov. William Dunlap Simpson; Jeter's position as President Pro Tempore of the S.C. Senate positioned him in the line of succession for the governor's chair; native of Union County, S.C.; 1846 graduate of South Carolina College; member of S.C. General Assembly (S.C. House, 1856; and S.C. Senate, 1872-1882). From the description of Thomas B. Jeter papers, 1874-1910. (U...

Sass, Herbert Ravenel, 1884-1958

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