I Belong to South Carolina: South Carolina Slave Narratives

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Thanks for research and reference assistance are owed to the library staff at Swarthmore Friends Historical Library, especially Christopher Densmore, who helped trace Clarinda to 1837. Allen Thigpen of Sumter shared very useful information about the history of I. E. Lowery for which I am grateful. The reference and the interlibrary loan specialists at Clemson University Library were patient and obliging throughout the long course of this project, and the scholars at the Maine Historical Society were invaluable in helping trace the history of the anonymous author of Recollections of a Runaway Slave.

Drafts of various parts of this work were read and greatly improved by Joe Mai, Mike LeMahieu, Rhonnda Thomas, James Burns, Stephanie Barczewski, Aga Skordzka, and Elizabeth Rivlin. Editorial assistance from Misry Soles, Charis Chapman, Russell Hehn, and Leslie Haines also helped move this project to completion.

This project was made possible by special grants from the College of Arts, Architecture and Humanities at Clemson University. Finally, but most important, the Clemson University–wide program for the pursuit of creative inquiry in the classroom inspired the creation of this special team investigation and made it happen by funding the year-long course and expenses associated with the necessary research and writing.

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