2 edition of history of the upper country of South Carolina found in the catalog.
history of the upper country of South Carolina
John Henry Logan
|Series||South Carolina heritage series -- no. 5|
|LC Classifications||F272 L64 1859A|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||521|
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A history of the upper history of the upper country of South Carolina book of South Carolina: from the earliest periods to the close of the War of Independence Issue 5 of South Carolina heritage series A History of the Upper Country of South Carolina: From the Earliest Periods to the Close of the War of Independence, John Henry Logan: Author: John Henry Logan: Publisher: S.G.
Courtenay. A history of the upper country of South Carolina (Volume 1) - Kindle edition by John Henry Logan. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading A history of the upper country of South Carolina (Volume 1)/5(3).
Running title: History of upper Carolina, ancient history of the Cherokees Volume 1 extends only to A part of the manuscript for v. 2 published in Historical collections of Joseph Habersham chapter, D.A.
3, No more publishedPages: Early history. Humans arrived in the area of South Carolina aro BC.  These people were hunters with crude tools made from stones and 10, BC, they used spears and hunted big game.
Over the Archaic period of to BC, the people gathered nuts, berries, fish and shellfish as part of their diets. Trade between the coastal plain and the piedmont. South Carolina has changed so much in its history, and that makes this book an interesting read. From ultra-conservative, slave-based sugar and tobacco colony, to Southern Federalist stronghold, to modern tourist hot spot, South Carolina has transformed itself from isolated aberration into a Cited by: 9.
By: John H. Logan, Pub. Reprintedpaggs, Index, ISBN #These records herein deal primarily with the Revolutionary War in the Upper Country of South Carolina and Dr.
Logan lists among other things: members of various Revolutionary Regiments, leaders and officers in the Revolution; detailed descriptions of skirmishes and battles, etc.
By: John H. Logan, Pub. reprintedpages, soft cover, Index, ISBN # These records herein deal primarily with the Revolutionary War in the Upper Country of South Carolina and Dr.
Logan lists among other things members of various Revolutionary Regiments, leaders and officers in the Revolution; detailed descriptions of skirmishes and battles, etc. I) and ed. (Vol. II). xxiv, pp. Item #65 ISBN: John H. Logan, physician, educator, and newspaper editor of Abbeville, used official records and journals kept by traders and naturalists in this history of upper South Carolina from earliest times to The first half of the book is natural history, with much on the Indians.
A History of the Upper Country of South Carolina, from the Earliest Periods to the Close of the War of Independence, Vol. 1 (South Carolina Heritage Series) Logan, John Henry Published by Reprint Co, Bibliographic Details.
South Carolina as a Royal Colony The colony was divided into North and South Carolina in In –16 the settlers were attacked by the Yamasee, who had become resentful of exploitation by the Carolina traders.
The uprising was finally quelled after much loss of life and property. Running title: History of upper Carolina, ancient history of the Cherokees. Volume 1 extends only to A part of the manuscript for v.
2 published in Historical collections of Joseph Habersham chapter, D.A.R.V. 3, No more published. Description: xi, pages ; 19 cm: Other Titles: History of upper Carolina: Responsibility.
On Septemthe South Carolina Golf Club was formed and, within the same year, America’s first golf course was established on Harleston Green. In. A history of the upper country of South Carolina, from the earliest periods to the close of the war of independence.
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The Lowcountry (sometimes Low Country or just low country) is a geographic and cultural region along South Carolina's coast, including the Sea known for its slave-based agricultural wealth in rice and indigo dye, often referred to as indigo, that flourished in the hot subtropical climate, the Lowcountry today is known for its historic cities and communities, natural environment.
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Piedmont Historical Society: Spartansburg, SC. A history of the upper country of South Carolina: from the earliest periods to the close of the War of Independence / by John H. Logan ; Vol.
A history of the upper country of South Carolina, from the earliest periods to the close of the war of independence. Author: Logan, John Henry: Note: [Spartanburg, S.C., Reprint Co., ] Link: page images at HathiTrust: No stable link: This is an uncurated book entry from our extended bookshelves, readable online now but without a stable link.
A History of the upper country of South Carolina: from the earliest periods to the close of the War of Independence by John Henry Logan - () – pages. A Sketch of the history of South Carolina: to the close of the proprietary government by the revolution of by William J.
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Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup Colonial and revolutionary history of upper South Carolina Item Preview Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to Pages: Landrum, J.B.O. Colonial and Revolutionary History of Upper South Carolina, Embracing for the Most Part the Primitive and Colonial History of the Territory Comprising the Original County of Spartanburg with a General Review of the Entire Military Operations in the Upper Portion of South Carolina and Portions of North Carolina.
Greenville, S.C.Books primarily revolving around the lowcountry of South Carolina as well as generalized southern literature. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.