Survivors' Association of the State of South Carolina records, 1861-1878.

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Survivors' Association of the State of South Carolina records, 1861-1878.

Records include correspondence, an executive board report (ca. 1870), Survivor's Association constitution, a report on Hagood's brigade, an address of John S. Preston, miscellaneous speeches, scattered lists of Confederate soldiers, commanders, survivors, etc., blank forms, and other miscellaneous items. Letters (1869-1878) to Col. Edward McCrady, A.C. Haskell, Ellison Capers, Johnson Hagood, Samuel McGowan, William James Rivers, James Conner, J.B. Hood, John S. Preston, J.A. Early, William E. Earle, Wade Hampton III, William Wallace, W.H. Wallace, and James Chesnut from Charleston, Columbia, Union, S.C., and New Orleans, La., Richmond, Va., Ala., and elsewhere about establishment of the Survivors' Association, the fate of Confederate troops and regiments, William J. Rivers' work on a roster of South Carolinians in Confederate service, and other matters. Also includes letters, reports, and other records concerning the naval bombardment of Fort Walker, Hilton Head, and elsewhere. Contains a report (1861 December 15) by William H. Trescot on engagement of November 6 and 7, 1861 and a report (July 31, 1864) regarding the strengths of the Army of Tennessee, Also contains inspection papers (1863) of heavy artillery on James Island (S.C.).

ca. 500 items.

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